Traditional approaches to networking and security no longer work. Applications are adopting microservices patterns and organizations are embracing public clouds, which add new challenges to operating and securing our networks. The network perimeter used to be the best and last line of defense, but high-profile compromises keep happening. Zero-trust networking is the idea of treating the private network like the public Internet: untrusted and adversarial. In this talk, Armon covers what zero-trust networking means, why it matters for most organizations, and how it can be implemented.
Armon Dadgar, Hashicorp