Microsoft Innovation Showcase - Zero Trust - making it real
In this session, we'll review why a Zero Trust is needed and being largely adopted. We'll define what Zero Trust means and what it's not, and we'll list the 3 Zero Trust principles. Then we'll review why adopting a Zero Trust strategy will both increase security and productivity. Then we'll look at the 6 pillars of Zero Trust: identities, devices, data, apps, infra and network. We'll share 2 concrete examples: employee and partner conditional access on one hand, application to database connection on the other hand. Finally, we'll close by looking at the recommended priorities for your Zero Trust journey.