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Webinar Today: Applying a Zero Trust Framework to Employee Login Controls

Zero Trust Webinar

Zero Trust Webinar

Zero Trust was crucial to data and network security in modern digital environments even before the COVID-19 remote work boom; the post-pandemic workplace will only solidify its importance.

Zero Trust isn’t about deploying a particular technology; it’s about altering the organization’s approach to security.

Join SecurityWeek and Keeper for a live webinar on April 12th at 1PM ET as we discuss:

● Challenges and trends organizations face when adopting a zero-trust approach

● Strategies for enforcing role-based access controls and least-privileged access

● Techniques for monitoring password re-use and health without sacrificing zero trust

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