If you work in IT, you’ve probably heard lots of talk in recent years about “zero trust,” a security strategy that requires all resources to be authenticated and authorized before they interact with other resources, rather than being trusted by default.

The theory behind zero trust is easy enough to understand. Where matters tend to get tough, however, is actually implementing zero-trust security and compliance, especially in complex, cloud-native environments.

Which tools are available to help you enforce zero-trust security configurations? What does zero trust look like at different layers of your stack – nodes, networks, APIs and so on? What does it mean to enforce zero trust for human users, as compared to machine users?

To answer questions like these, we’ve organized a webinar, titled “Zero Trust Security and Compliance for Modern Apps on Multi-Cloud,” that will offer practical guidance on configuring a zero-trust security posture in the real world.

The one-hour session will focus in particular on enforcing zero-trust in Kubernetes-based environments, with deep dives into the following:

  • How to protect human and machine users in Kubernetes using a zero-trust model.
  • Meeting Kubernetes data privacy and compliance requirements through zero trust.
  • Securing user-to-app communications with zero-trust networking policies for Kubernetes.
  • Securing real-time communications between Kubernetes services via zero-trust API security policies.
  • Using zero trust to enhance operational agility and achieve DevSecOps collaboration within complex, multi-cloud environments.

If you’re looking for hands-on tips on putting zero trust into practice – as opposed to mere high-level talk about why zero trust is a good idea – this webinar is for you.

The session takes place on May 25, 2022, at 11 a.m. Pacific time / 2 p.m. Eastern. Register here to reserve your seat and receive a Zoom link to attend the event. Attendance is free.