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How to Benefit from Zero Trust Security

Securing your Network Transitioning Projects

"Never Trust, Always Verify" is an extended proven model for corporate security. Nevertheless, most corporate security models use the "verify, then trust" principle; If someone has the right user credentials, they can access any Web site, application, or device.

This model does not work in today's business world. New business processes resulting from the digital transformation increase the risk of being attacked. Users, devices, applications and data are increasingly outside of the traditional corporate network and thus beyond control. Trust and control are no longer an option as advanced targeted threats move more and more within the corporate network.

Adding Zero Trust Security to your corporate network transformation project will enhance your project significantly – regardless of your preferred solution covering multi-cloud with AWS or Microsoft, hybrid or software-defined networks.

But how to implement a Zero Trust security strategy?

  • How Zero trust improves cost-efficiency, performance and security of corporate networks
  • What network architectures that include Zero Trust security look like
  • How can zero-trust security reduce risk and complexity while providing a unified user experience?
  • Why can a zero-trust security model reduce the workload and complexity of the architecture?
  • How you can start implementing Zero Trust by three simple steps?

Get answers in our COMPUTERWOCHE Webcast in collaboration with Akamai.

Webcast Info

COMPUTERWOCHE Webcast in cooperation with:


Richard Meeus
EMEA Director of Security Technology and Strategy
Akamai Technologies
Maria Ramirez
Solution Engineer Enterprise Security
Akamai Technologies
Detlef Korus
Moderator and Freelance Editor

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