Join us on Tuesday, May 25, 2021, at 10:00 CET – CenSec from Denmark, Lsec from Belgium and CyberTogether from Israel are joining forces for a special Women in Cyber Event.
At 10:25-10:40 – Jessica Amado, Head of Cyber Research at Sepio Systems will be speaking about: Zero Trust Hardware Access – protection at the Physical Layer.
Today, women make up around 20 percent of the global infosec payrolls. It is so important to raise these numbers and put an emphasis on finding new avenues to recruit females to the workforce. We are so lucky to have such wonderful and inspirational women on our team and board. Stay tuned with insightful videos in which the women on our team & board take a part of-including interviews, tutorials, and more!
Sepio’s Hardware Access Control (HAC-1) solution provides a panacea to the gap in device visibility, allowing for a more comprehensive application of the Zero Trust security model. The HAC-1 solution calculates a digital fingerprint of all hardware assets and, as a data source, feeds this information to the Zero Trust’s policy engine (the ZTA’s component responsible for making access decisions). Now, with complete visibility of all hardware assets, the Zero Trust Architecture (ZTA) can make accurate access decisions and enforce the security policies of principle of least privilege and micro-segmentation. Additionally, the comprehensive policy enforcement mechanism of the HAC-1 solution means that any unapproved or Rogue hardware is blocked instantly, preventing any hardware-based attacks.
Hear more about Zero Trust Hardware Access from Ms. Amado, as well as some other fascinating speakers who will share more about what they do daily in their job in cybersecurity.