- Recorded Date:Jan. 20, 2021
- Event:On Demand
Zero Trust’s foundational ‘never trust, always verify’ mantra is necessary in a world filled with daily cyberattacks, breaches, ransomware and mounting compliance requirements. Active Directory (AD) on its own can only partially get us there. AD’s native functionality is rooted in a much simpler time when “trust, but verify” was good enough. It’s not any more. AD still allows trusted access without continual verification. This frightening gap between intent and capability puts your organization at risk. So, what’s missing? How can you implement a Zero Trust model in spite of Active Directory’s security shortcomings? We can show you.
What you will learn
Expectations of Zero Trust on identity
Why AD on its own is the ‘Anti-Zero Trust’
How AD should function in a perfect Zero Trust world
Watch this on-demand webcast. In it, you will hear guidance from two experienced IT security professionals: Nick , Microsoft Cloud and Datacenter MVP; and Daniel Conrad, One Identity Field Strategist.