What we hear over and over again is that Zero Trust has achieved buzzword status, right up there with digital transformation.
That’s because it now has a bit of a brand associated with a “modern” security model, and so vendors are riding the coattails of this term and creating market confusion.
Moreover, the term “zero trust” is problematic. In a world of data breaches, data abuses, and misinformation, many organizations are doubling down on the core values of TRUST, and so pitching a “zero trust” model to your c-suite is a challenge.
Join in this conversation with Okta to discuss going beyond the buzzword and see where the market is really at today and heading tomorrow.
Okta is the only cloud-native and cloud vendor-neutral leader in the space. Our ability to demonstrate depth in customer identity functionality across use cases is a reason we have the best ability to execute according to Gartner.
As IT and security professionals, we love the idea of Zero Trust: the right users get the right amount of access, to the right resources and at the right time. But putting theory into practice isn’t always so simple.
By starting with identity as your foundation, you can tackle key security challenges and get your organization on the road to Zero Trust quickly and easily.
With SINC being unable to host our local and regional events to support our IT and Security community, we will be arranging individual Executive Briefings with Okta. These 30 minute calls will allow us to share the value of discussion and exchange impactful thought process during current community restrictions and social distancing advisements.
We are also aware that during this time, the restaurants in your local communities are also suffering. Following your call with Okta, SINC will provide you with a virtual $150.00 USD Grubhub gift card for you to use on a family meal at a local business impacted by the current restrictions. We hope this can be used to support a favorite family restaurant or valued “date night spot” of your choice so we can pull together to support our personal communities.