Building Zero Trust is Hard

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This is a podcast episode titled, Building Zero Trust is Hard. The summary for this episode is: 2020's global Covid-19 pandemic has yet again thrust the concept of Zero Trust architectures into the security mainstream. Researcher, Builder, Hacker, Traveler, and Kenna's head of Security and Compliance, Jerry Gamblin discusses Zero Trust and the realities of the work required to truly adopt the architecture, probably bursting a few bubbles along the way.
Jerry Misses Travelling, A Lot
00:44 MIN
A Luddite's Explanation of Zero Trust
00:36 MIN
Zero Trust and The Castle & Moat Security Analogy
00:34 MIN
Quick History & Productization of Zero Trust
00:49 MIN
Google's Beyondcorp
00:31 MIN
Removing Safety Nets and an Aside on VPNs
01:47 MIN
SSO and the 1st Step in Zero Trust
01:32 MIN
Understanding User Behavior and Ramifications of British Baking Shows
02:43 MIN
Enterprise vs. Start-up Hurdles
00:24 MIN
Documentation and Business Buy-In
01:45 MIN
A Scale of Zero Trust Lite, To Zero Trust Nightmare
00:20 MIN
Are Companies Today Actually Realizing The Promise of Zero Trust?
01:24 MIN
Data Visibility Could Lead to Product Value Adds
02:02 MIN
The Fun Stuff: Documentation, Policy Creation, and Adherence
05:12 MIN

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2020's global Covid-19 pandemic has yet again thrust the concept of Zero Trust architectures into the security mainstream. Researcher, Builder, Hacker, Traveler, and Kenna's head of Security and Compliance, Jerry Gamblin discusses Zero Trust and the realities of the work required to truly adopt the architecture, probably bursting a few bubbles along the way.