In today’s world, cyber espionage and cyberwarfare, are becoming increasingly frequent. Contracted by nation-states, threat actors attack rival nations to destabilize their government, economy, or infrastructure. To combat this, it’s crucial for governments to adopt a Zero Trust model. Setting an example for this is the Singapore government.
Based on the principle of “never trust, always verify,” Zero Trust security involves authenticating and validating the trustworthiness of users and devices trying to connect to a network. Join our webinar to learn more about Zero Trust principles and what we can learn from the Singapore government’s adoption of a Zero Trust model.
In this webinar, Ram Vaidyanathan, our cybersecurity specialist, will discuss:
How the Singapore government adopted a Zero Trust approach.
What we can learn from Singapore’s Zero Trust model.
What the core principles of Zero Trust are.
How to create a Zero Trust environment for your organization.
Zero Trust architecture use cases.
This webinar will be conducted across three time zones, so you can choose the time that’s most convenient for you. Once you register, you’ll receive a registration confirmation email from us with an exclusive blog to get you started.
Topic: Singapore’s Zero Trust policy and what we can learn from it
Duration: 45 minutes
Dates and times: Mar. 21, 2pm AEDT | 2pm GST and Mar. 22, 11am EDT
Claim your spot now and gain useful insights on Zero Trust and how to implement it effectively in your organization. We hope to see you soon. If you can’t make the webinar, register anyway, and we’ll send you the recording. Happy learning, folks!