If trust exists on a continuum with no trust at one end and complete trust at the other, where does trust in someone’s identity lie? It’s somewhere in between – pushing closer to no trust, in the interest of security, but not quite yet reaching the “zero trust” ideal on which we’ve fixed our gaze. Learn how incremental steps in the direction of zero trust can pave a more realistic path – one that for now moves us to the least trust needed to align with both what business needs and what keeps it secure.
Join us for this private, closed door virtual roundtable where we will be taking a deeper look at:
Isn’t contextual authentication the same as risk based authentication?
Why should it ever make sense to register an authenticator with just a password?
Why not just make this easier and authenticate everybody to a “high” level?