What is Zero Trust? Is there substance behind it, or it's an enterprise security fad? In the past decade, organizations have seen an increasingly distributed workforce and an explosion of web-connected applications and services, stretching the limits of network security. Having identified this trend, Forrester VP John Kindervag coined the term Zero Trust, positing that no network communications could be trusted.
Join CEO Ev Kontsevoy and colleague Virag Mody from Gravitational, as they translate marketing-speak to simple engineering terms such as the growing relevance of identity-based authentication, dynamic authorization, and always-on encryption.