Coined in 2010, the concept of “zero trust” has sparked many interesting questions: What is zero trust? What is it not? Why do modern organizations need to consider implementing a zero trust security approach? How does an organization achieve zero trust?
During this webinar, subject matter experts will provide a technical overview of zero trust and the tools and concepts needed to architect and implement this solution. We will counterbalance each technical component with a “layman’s translation” to help attendees fully understand the concepts of zero trust. We will also discuss common enterprise challenges that can be solved through zero trust solutions.
Following this webinar, you will be able to:
- Articulate the core concepts of zero trust
- Summarize key capabilities and toolsets needed to architect and implement zero trust
- Identify common enterprise challenges that can be solved by zero trust
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Nick Puetz, CISSA, CISA, CCISO
Nick Puetz is a Managing Director in Protiviti’s Security Program & Strategy practice and has 19 years of experience in cybersecurity and technology consulting. Prior to joining Protiviti, Nick was Global Vice President of Customer Success and Services at Netskope where he oversaw all client engagement activities, onboarding, professional services, and team development. Earlier, Nick served in a similar role as Vice President of Customer Success atRiskIQwhere he was accountable for post-sales customer engagement and the customer journey strategy. Nick holds an MBA from New York Institute of Technology and a bachelor's degree in Management Information Systems from the University of Nebraska at Omaha.
Jon Medina, CCNP, CISSP
Jon is a Director in Protiviti's IT Consulting Practice in the San Francisco Bay Area. He has over 8 years of experience in information security architecture, cloud security, network design and engineering, offensive and defensive cyber security, disaster recovery, and DOD and Government solutions. Jon also holds the GIAC Certified Enterprise Defender, Intrusion Analyst, Forensic Examiner, Systems and Network Auditor, and Incident Handler Certifications.
Director, Cloud Architecture Services
Vladimir Klasnja is a seasoned technical leader with significant experience in enterprise, security and cloud architecture. Klasnja focuses on incorporating his passion for strategic thinking with creating holistic solutions to satisfy complex business requirements. Klasnja leverages his experience to help security executives achieve success within their respective organizations with respect to cloud architecture and digital transformation. Prior to joining Netskope, Klasnja oversaw Optiv’s Data Protection and Privacy Program, was a member of the Executive Advisory Group, and led the organization’s Cloud Security practice. Klasnja is a member of St. Louis 630 Cyber, where he enjoys mentoring cyber security startups. He is also active with the Security Advisory Alliance (SAA), helping to drive future generations of cyber security professionals.