Zero trust: Strategy to Operations

Practical guidance for translating strategy to operations

June 27 | 12:00PM CEST | 45 minutes

Zero Trust Strategy to Operations

Since President Joe Biden’s executive order and the Dutch NCSC advice, no one can avoid a Zero Trust security strategy anymore. Everyone talks about it and everyone claims to offer it in product or service form.

But what does Zero Trust mean? What are the key concepts? How do you implement it and what results can you expect? And how do you make a Zero Trust strategy operational?

During this webinar, Prof. Yuri Bobbert (ON2IT Global CISO) and Jeroen Scheerder (ON2IT Senior Security Architect) will provide answers to these and other questions.

If you are looking for concrete actionable information about Zero Trust, this is the best 45 minutes you can spend on it.

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CIO’s, Risk officers, Risk managers, CRO’s, CISO’s, CDO’s, CPO’s, Security Architects, IT-Managers and Technology leaders

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prof. Yuri Bobbert
Jeroen Scheerder

Webinar host: Yuri Bobbert

Prof. Yuri Bobbert is ON2IT’s CISO. Before joining ON2IT, Bobbert was the Global Chief Information Security Officer at NN Group (Nationale Nederlanden). Next to his work at ON2IT, Bobbert is also a professor at the Antwerp Management School, where his team focuses on Cyberrisk & Security research and education. He obtained his PhD at the University of Antwerp and Radboud University with his thesis Improving the Maturity of Business Information Security.

ON2IT Senior Security Architect Jeroen Scheerder co-hosts this webinar. Jeroen has a background in mathematical logic and decades of experience in network architecture and security.

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