Hear from HashiCorp Co-founder & CTO, Armon Dadgar, as he discusses the pillars of zero trust security--a critical aspect of cloud security that everyone should understand.
During this session Armon will discuss what is Zero Trust Security and Zero Trust Networking? How do I do it? and Why should I do it? If you're moving your applications to cloud environments, this is a critical aspect of cloud security that you must understand.. By combining HashiCorp Boundary, Consul, and Vault, we'll evaluate how these new workflows affect the development process, and how we've secured the architecture. We will break this down into how they impact each of the pillars that make zero trust security truly work:
- Machine Authentication & Authorization
- Machine-to-machine access
- Human access and authorization
- Human-to-machine access
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