Developed in 2010, the concept of Zero-Trust architecture has proven immensely popular with enterprises across the globe. Replacing the traditional ‘castle and moat’ approach to security, Zero-Trust involves never automatically trusting anything inside or outside a company’s ecosystem.
Recently, VMware Security and Resiliency teams were challenged to take our global network security to the next level—and that meant trusting Zero-Trust.
Come join us as we discuss how our teams:
• Adapted Zero-Trust to our environment
• Built out a company-wide framework to communicate the proposed new principles
• Measurably and safely moved to a model of Blast chambers, segmented pods, and untrusted office environments