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All Other Identities: What Do They Mean for Zero Trust?

The world of identity and access management has spent the last 30 years or more focusing almost exclusively on the enterprise workforce.

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Only in the last few years has the industry added structured customer access management as a solution. And yet, all identity solutions companies loudly pronounce, “We are Zero Trust.” Is identity itself really Zero Trust? Or does identity have a role to play in Zero Trust? And what about all the other identities? Doesn’t a workforce-only IAM approach suggest a world of “us and them”? And the “them” includes an entire universe of entities and identities that are critically important to your business success, such as partners, full-time contractors, students, volunteers, suppliers and technicians. Learn from this discussion about what all of these other identities mean in relation to security, operational challenges and achieving Zero Trust.

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Your CyberEd Instructor

Richard Bird

CPO, SecZetta

Richard Bird is a cybersecurity veteran and former chief information security officer. He is an internationally recognized identity-centric security expert, leveraging his diverse experiences as a strategic advisor, solutions provider and former global head of identity for JP Morgan Chase’s consumer businesses. Bird is a Forbes Tech council member and has been interviewed by the Wall Street Journal, CNBC, Bloomberg, The Financial Times, Business Insider, CNN, TechRepublic, Solutions Review, and the NYSE on topics ranging from data protection regulations to cybersecurity enabled consumer protection.