Zero Trust for Third-Party Risk Management
Zero Trust has become a popular catchphrase describing a next-generation security practice that was formalized by Gartner and implemented by Google in their BeyondCorp concept years later. Zero Trust refers to a set of concepts around securing corporate data assets in a more granular fashion and getting away from the classic “castle and moat” concept of cybersecurity.
If you look at the different implementations, it can mean different things to different people and particularly for different products and applications. But what does it mean when it comes to the security of third-party connections to your organization such as vendors with remote access?
In this webinar, we will examine the basic principles of Zero Trust and how they can be applied to third-party risk management to have more secure vendor connections.
To learn more, download our webinar where we will:
- Review the basic principles of Zero Trust.
- Apply those principles to Third-Party Risk Management and how you can use it to make your vendor and partner access more secure and resilient to cyberattacks.