Leveraging Infrastructure as Code to Create Zero Trust Access to Your Apps and Infrastructure
HUG community member, Leonid Belkind gives a talk on creating a software-defined, turnkey zero-trust network perimeter.
Software-Defined Data-centers (both Public Cloud and Private Cloud) are becoming a reality in more and more organizations worldwide. Managing security configuration and entitlements for accessing various parts of the deployed infrastructure is a natural thing for organizations adopting infrastructure as code.
In this talk Leonid will introduce the ideas of "isolated infrastructure", zero-trust access, and show a blueprint of how to leverage your investment in infrastructure as code to deliver turn-key Software-Defined Perimeter solutions for your applications, services, and workloads, eliminating the traditional network attack surface by implementing zero-trust network principles.
This talk was part of the first HashiTalks online event - A 24-hour continuous series of presentations from the HashiCorp User Group (HUG) community and from HashiCorp engineers as well. The event took place from February 21-22, 2019.
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