Embracing Zero Trust with insights from CompTIA’s VP of Cybersecurity Programs

Continuous shifts in the cybersecurity landscape are causing traditional perimeter security tactics to be ineffective. One of these traditional security tactics is the use of Virtual Private Networks (VPNs). While VPNs have been widely used historically, they lack fine-grained access control and provide implicit trust once a connection is made, which doesn’t make them a good defense against today’s more complex threats.

Fortunately, the birth of Zero Trust Architecture (ZTA) has emerged as a security model to overcome these challenges, operating on the principle of “never trust, always verify”.

During this webinar, Wayne Selk, VP of Cybersecurity Programs at CompTIA, will:
  • Explore the limitations of VPNs
  • Introduce the ZTA concept and evaluate how it can eliminate the need for a trusted internal network
  • Compare VPNs and ZTA in terms of security, scalability, and manageability
  • Present real-world case studies that exemplify how the transition from VPNs to ZTA can result in enhanced security posture and operational efficiency

Register for this timely webinar to understand why the VPN model is becoming obsolete in today’s security landscape and how Zero Trust Architecture is paving the way for a more secure future.

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Wayne Selk

VP of Cybersecurity Programs