April 8, 2021 – Member Meeting: Zero Trust Data Protection

Thursday, April 8th, 7:00 – 9:00 PM

The Slides! Zero Trust Data Protection

For those who missed the event, here’s the playback link.

Zero Trust Data Protection
A new approach to protecting data is being adopted across organizations that have a remote workforce accessing cloud applications (and data) outside of their network. The essentials of Zero Trust Data Protection are simple and powerful:

  • Never trust, always verify – continuously
  • Identity: Conditional access to web, apps, app instances is based on user, device, application risk
  • Applications: Contextual activity controls are given within each and every app based on these risk levels
  • Data: Advanced cloud data protection policy actions are enforced, with user coaching, to protect sensitive data, across documents, images, screenshots, etc.

Attend this session to learn about the fundamentals of zero trust data protection along with a live demo (powered by Netskope) of real-world use cases.

Bob is the Vice President and Chief Evangelist at Netskope, a market-leading cloud security firm. Bob is a prolific speaker and product demonstrator, reaching live audiences in more than 45 countries over the past decade. Bob also has a passion for teaching and is the Program Director for the cybersecurity program at ESADE’s International Business School and has been a guest lecturer at the University of San Francisco’s MBA class each Spring for the last five years and he. His career spans more than 25 years in Silicon Valley, where he has held leadership roles in product management and product marketing at various technology companies. 
Before Netskope, Bob was the Chief Evangelist at Riverbed and was a member of the pioneering product team that launched Riverbed from a small start-up of fewer than ten employees to a market leader with more than 3,000 employees and $1B in annual revenue. Bob was first introduced to the world of cybersecurity as a teenager in the 80s when he hosted a popular (BBS) bulletin board system and had to develop security software to prevent hackers from infiltrating his site hosted from his parent’s home.

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