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Zero Trust Best Practices for the Financial Sector
Financial services IT leaders must operate in an environment dictated by regulatory controls, operational restrictions, and data-sovereignty mandates. And that means supporting work across multiple cloud instances served by multiple vendors. Through zero trust architectures, leaders are securing their business, and their customers’ business as well. Join this discussion to hear best practices from fellow financial leaders on how to ensure key elements to zero trust are properly resourced, and to make sure the right competencies and workflows are in place to achieve success.
Discussion topic 1: Keys to implementation
What are the business imperatives driving implementation of zero trust in your organization?
If you are using a staged approach, are you starting with your most critical assets first or with your non-critical assets as a test case?
What challenges have you faced when implementing microsegmentation?
Discussion topic 2: Driving adoption
What are some of the biggest challenges or obstacles to zero trust adoption?
How do you position zero trust to other C-level executives and the board?
What complexities are you experiencing through M&A transactions?