June 22, 2022
Zero Trust, Zero Nonsense: A Faster, More Practical Approach
The theory and concepts behind Zero Trust are now pretty clear. More than anything, businesses simply need easy, practical ways to take Zero Trust adoption one step at a time. So, how can your organization build a realistic plan to chip away at a security modernization journey? Sooner than they think. Transformation takes time, but adopting Zero Trust does not have to be so hard. The key is breaking it into manageable pieces.
Join Cloudflare executives and Zero Trust leaders for a half-day of stimulating discussions as we address some of the challenges with implementing Zero Trust and share strategies for breaking it into manageable pieces. We will discuss ideas regarding:
See into the future of Zero Trust: Hear from Cloudflare’s Field CTO, John Engates, special guest Jeff DeVerter, Rackspace’s CTO of Product and Services, and Abe Carryl, Cloudflare’s Product Manager as they discuss how to start mapping a Zero Trust journey.
Learn from your peers: Get first-hand accounts of how to simply and effectively deploy a zero trust architecture to accelerate secure digital transformation.
Empower your IT and security teams: Experience how Cloudflare One uniquely delivers next-gen ZTNA capabilities to safeguard your organization from the most advanced attacks.
Join other leaders and business decision-makers interested in discussing how to accelerate business productivity in the face of ransomware and shadow IT and how to take a phased approach to Zero Trust implementation.
Attendance is by invitation only and complimentary.
Arrival of guests and coffee reception
Welcome and opening address by Steve Pascucci
Cloudflare’s portfolio overview by John Engates
“Zero Trust, Zero Nonsense, a faster, more practical approach” by Abe Carryl
Area 1 Case Studies by Oren Falkowitz
Rackspace and Zero Trust by Jeff DeVerter
Panel: Outdoorsy, Area1, Rackspace
Dallas/Addison Marriott Quorum by the Galleria
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