Zero Trust Segmentation: Build Trusted Networks and Prevent Attacks from Spreading
Date & Time
Tuesday, August 16, 2022, 1:45 PM - 2:10 PM
Karin Shopen Justin Hooper

Digital acceleration enables organizations to build processes and systems that will help them do more, faster. This requires converging traditionally separate networks to create highly efficient hybrid environments. Traditional perimeter dissolves, and appears in multiple edges, increasing the attack surface for bad actors to target, using clear-text and encrypted flows. Once breached, the flat network offers no resistance, paving the way to exfiltrate critical data and assets. 

FortiGate-driven Network Segmentation minimizes the blast radius and fallout from a successful breach with north-south and east-west controls and helps build the Zero Trust architecture that protects the business from sophisticated attacks and avoid business disruptions. Acknowledging that breaches may happen, the ZTNA enforcement preserves the critical services through strict user-to-application authentication and access control. 

In this session, you will learn to build FortiGate-driven zero trust network architectures by:

  1. Mitigating risks through flexible segmentation to minimize lateral spread
  2. Building Universal ZTNA with consistent convergence across Hybrid IT
  3. Protecting the enterprise with AI/ML FortiGuard Services