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Zero Trust: Improve security, by trusting no one?

Zero trust promises a radical new way to handle identity and security. Strengthening perimeters only goes so far. At some point, there will be a breach. Once the attacker is in the damage is done: it’s all too easy to compromise systems or steal data.

With zero trust everything, and everyone, is untrusted until it’s proven otherwise. Zero trust promises to stop hackers using privilege escalation or lateral moves to press home their attacks. It would, its advocates say, have blocked many high-profile breaches.

That, at least, is the theory. But zero trust is not a tool a CISO can just deploy. It’s often described as a journey or a process. Certainly, it is a new way of thinking. How can that thinking turn into better security?


Thom Langford

Security Advocate at SentinelOne

Sumitra Rao

Security Architecture at London Stock Exchange Group

Quentyn Taylor

Director of Information Security at Canon Europe, Middle East and Africa

Safeguarding the Way We Live and Work

A group of defense and intelligence experts saw savvy attackers compromising endpoints seemingly at will. Traditional approaches failed to provide sufficient protection. They founded SentinelOne to develop a dramatic new approach to endpoint protection. It’s one that applies AI and machine learning to thwart known and unknown threats.

Our team understands how much endpoints matter. When attackers come after our privacy, intellectual property, infrastructure, and collaborative modes of working, they assault more than just data. We’re under attack, and so are our values. That’s why we’re dedicated to keeping our breakthrough platform ahead of threats from every vector. Gartner, NSS Labs, and industry-leading organizations recognize that our approach sets us apart.

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