Forrester concluded that organizations who deployed zero trust reduced risk exposure by 37% and security costs by 31%.

With recent breaches, zero trust is quickly becoming a go-to risk reduction strategy across the board.

And it may be easier to implement than you may think.

Find out how to closely align to Forrester’s framework for Zero Trust and minimize your attack surface, improve visibility, reduce complexity and cost, and strengthen your overall security to protect your business from data loss and cyber breaches.

We'll cover...

  • What is Zero Trust? Why is it important?
  • Overview of the Forrester Zero Trust framework and how to align to the key requirements.
  • How to start your journey and effectively implement Zero Trust.

Join Michael of RedLegg and Sam of Illumio to learn practical ways to implement Zero Trust at your organization with confidence.

Michael-SquareMichael Smith, Senior Manager of Technology Services, is a proactive problem solver and strong advocate for continued growth and education. He thrives in the complex and constantly changing landscape of cybersecurity. In his seasoned career in cybersecurity, Michael’s expertise has been enlisted across multiple verticals and challenges including strategic planning, policy development, governance and vulnerability management. Michael holds a Masters in Information Assurance and several certificates including his CISSP. He’s a proud board member of CircleCityCon, an information security conference he helped found.

SamRastogi-1Sam Rastogi, Illumio's Director of Product Marketing. Sam Rastogi is a veteran of the security industry with 18+ years experience marketing leading security products at Illumio, Palo Alto Networks, Cisco Systems, HP Enterprise, McAfee, Juniper Networks, and Oracle. Sam is a Product Marketing Director at Illumio, where he is responsible for leading go-to-market and marketing activities for zero trust and data center security. Prior to joining Illumio, he served as a Senior Product Marketing Manager at Palo Alto Networks and a Group Manager, Product Marketing at Cisco Systems where he led network security, advanced threat, and secure data center products and solutions. Sam is a graduate from UCLA and MIT Sloan School of Management.

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