Implementing Zero Trust Architecture: A Practical Guide for IT Auditors and Security Professionals

When:  Oct 20, 2022 from 09:00 to 17:00 (ET)
Associated with  New York Metropolitan Chapter

The final class registration day will be closed on October 2, 2022 at 9 pm. No exceptions are made.
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Zero Trust Architecture is a concept much talked about but not as widely understood or implemented. Still, it is quite obviously the future of Information Security, and IT Auditors and Information Security professionals need to gain an understanding of Zero Trust’s concepts, commercial availability and implementation directions, especially since the White House issued Executive Order 14028. This seminar/workshop presents the strengths and impediments of implementing Zero Trust and what needs to be done to achieve the objectives of this cybersecurity architecture.

Dates and Times: All times are New York time (Eastern Standard Time). October 20, 2022      9:00 AM - 5:00 PM EST

Intended audience: IT Auditors, Information Security professionals, Risk Managers, System Architects

 Learning objectives: Participants in this seminar will learn: 

  • Why an Information Security Architecture is needed
  • What Zero Trust  Architecture is and how it is supposed to work
  • The factors impeding implementation of Zero Trust
  • How the Zero Trust eXtended (ZTX) Ecosystem supports the architecture 
  • What are the commercial Zero Trust products in the marketplace and how they differ
  • What is the process for implementing Zero Trust Architecture