Why Your Zero Trust Blueprint Should Start with Identity
Anyone doing business in the Asia-Pacific region knows that the time to implement the zero-trust security model is now. But with countless vendors, acronyms, and solutions, many people don't know where to begin. Because identity is the first line of defense against cybersecurity threats, RSA Chief Product Officer Jim Taylor will explain why it is an ideal starting point for turning any zero trust strategy into reality by: 1. Implementing multifactor authentication. 2. Cleaning up orphan accounts and making sure that people only can access what they're supposed to be able to access. 3. Developing a strategy for identity and the most important assets to focus on first. 4. Limiting entitlements to reduce the attack surface. Failing to secure identity is like putting a big lock on the door and then leaving the window open. No matter where you are on your zero-trust journey, identity is critical.