Abe Carryl
Zero Trust Connectivity: A new dimension for Browser Isolation

In this session we’ll discuss how a shift to Zero Trust principles has started to reshape how we think about browser isolation technologies. Historically, remote browsers have functioned as a point solution to a niche problem. However, with the development of global Zero Trust networks this technology is now able to provide a granular level of security which was previously unattainable. Participants will gain insight into the core concepts of Zero Trust architecture, where the foundational assumption is that no entity, either inside or outside the network, is to be trusted implicitly and how these concepts are applied to enhance browser isolation strategies. We’ll cover a brief history of remote browser isolation technologies and explore real-world applications that demonstrate the efficacy of Zero Trust connectivity in mitigating risks associated with web browsing and access to digital resources, highlighting the shift towards more adaptive and intelligence-driven cybersecurity measures. Join us to discover how Zero Trust is setting a new standard for browser isolation, providing a human-centric answer to today's threat landscape and paving the way for a more secure digital future.

Date & Time
Thursday, May 2, 2024, 3:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Theater 6

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