In our webinar Zero Trust Security for Unmanaged and IoT Devices, Jack Marsal, Senior Director of Product Marketing at Armis, offers a deep dive into the Forrester Zero Trust architecture and its implementation challenges.
What you will learn from watching this webinar:
The Zero Trust approach — introduced by Forrester — is based on the assumption that no person or device is trusted by default on a network. Zero Trust requires users and devices to be continuously monitored to maintain their network access. The core principle is to never trust, always verify.
Forrester Research’s Zero Trust model has seven pillars for increased network and cloud security. In our webinar, we describe how security teams implement each one of those controls:
Our webinar explains the benefits of Zero Trust architecture and helps you better understand its implementation challenges. When enterprises adopt the Zero Trust security architecture, they typically focus on users and managed devices, leaving gaps for unmanaged IoT devices (such as printers and industrial systems) and off-network devices (such as wireless keyboards and headsets).
Watch our webinar for a detailed account of the challenges in securing those devices. There is a reduced ability to see, assess, monitor and control unmanaged and off-network devices because they lack built-in security and support for agents. Those devices don’t generate logs, and running scans can cause systems to crash.
Armis addresses the Zero Trust components to secure both managed and unmanaged devices:
Access our webinar to explore more about the Zero Trust architecture diagram. You will discover how Armis helps implement the Zero Trust principles to close security gaps for unmanaged, IoT, and off-network devices.