Securing the channel: Journey to zero trust

Last Modified 2022-02-09

The concept of zero trust implies that you must always assume your systems are under attack, and that you must take steps to prevent it.

State-sponsored hacker groups such as Nobelium use increasingly sophisticated attack methods to try to infiltrate your systems and steal valuable information from your customer's businesses. These persistent attackers will continue to probe for weaknesses. You need an approach that matches that persistence.

In this three-part video series for cloud solution providers (CSPs), you'll learn how to implement a zero-trust security architecture to protect and secure your environment and your customers better. You'll also learn how to secure administrative access by using strong authentication and removing administrator privileges when they're not in use; enroll and manage devices; review existing security policies, user accounts and user access, and audit logs; and implement custom monitoring.