In 2021, the number of businesses who have adopted Zero Trust security model has grown exponentially. This is because the classic approach to enterprise security is no longer viable, and businesses must shift to meet their users, applications, and data where they live – in the cloud.
On Tuesday, January 25, Akamai and Teneo will shed light on how we have been supporting enterprises that make the transition to a Zero Trust security model.
Akamai CEO, Dr. Tom Leighton kicks off this insightful session at 1 pm ET. And EVP and GM of Akamai’s Security Technology Group, Mani Sundaram will walk through Akamai’s own journey to Zero Trust and how it has recently evolved even further with the acquisition of Guardicore’s industry-leading software-based segmentation solution to combating ransomware. Teneo’s CTO, Andy de Clerck, will share his perspectives on Zero Trust and protecting employees that are working from anywhere.
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