Ellie Warner, Global Head, Cyber Training and Awareness, Standard Chartered
Secure access tools can only be effective if the business remains enabled. Users can only be as effective as the access they are granted allows. This session examines that ‘multi factor authentication’ of secure access technology should include not only architectural interoperability but interoperability with your human resources.
SASE has become the new model for converged network and cyber security architecture, to lead enterprises into the 2020’s, but it is continuing to evolve and change. Originally incorporating some aspects of the Zero Trust security model, many implementations are blurring the lines, incorporating more aspects. Furthermore, while the SASE model promises simplicity, the reality for many organisations is that there is significant technology, architectural, process and even contractual hurdles in adopting a SASE model.
This session will explore the rapidly changing SASE landscape, it’s convergence with Zero Trust, and the key considerations for adopting SASE and Zero Trust in a practical and effective way.
Network security architecture best practices are undergoing a dramatic shift. Two key terms have come to dominate infosec discussions among IT professionals: Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) and Secure Access Service Edge (SASE). In practical terms, which is more important, what is the relationship between them, and how will they improve cybersecurity effectiveness?
As security teams prepare for either a return to the office or a more distributed workforce, and as cyber threats continue to proliferate, it’s essential that IT teams understand the differences between these two important security paradigms.
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With applications moving to the cloud, IoT becoming more common, and users connecting from everywhere, traditional network security is no longer able to solve the fundamental challenge of security and is instead adding significant complexity and cost. SASE was created specifically to deal with these challenges, by treating identity as the new perimeter. Join this session to go beyond the basics and learn how you can achieve the right SASE architecture for your organisation, and realise the benefits of such an approach.
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Gartner predicts that by 2024, more than 60% of SD-WAN customers will have implemented a SASE architecture, compared to 35% in 2020. And why is this? Because IT teams are finding it harder to effectively manage and maintain their networks with just SD-WAN. While SD-WAN can reduce cost, it fails to meet the broader needs of the modern digital business, such as cloud, remote workforce, and global reach. In fact, recent research shows that focusing too much on SD-WAN for cost saving can undermine long-term SD-WAN satisfaction.
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Eyal Webber-Zvik, shares results from this research, demonstrates why SASE is the future of SD-WAN, and captures insights from enterprises in Singapore, Asia-Pacific, and worldwide.
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Martin Ingram, Product Owner- IAM, Royal Bank of Scotland
Risk appetite is personal. Each enterprise determines its risk fate based on a number of factors including the regulatory landscape and the profit motive. A higher risk appetite means a higher possibility for fraud.