How to Tackle the 4 Cs on Your Road to Zero Trust

What are the 4 Cs of Zero Trust? Join this webinar to hear Wade Ellery explain how you can close security gaps and establish the foundation for Zero Trust with an identity-first approach. 

  • June 27, 2022
  • 31 Minutes
  • On-Demand

How to Tackle the 4 Cs on Your Road to Zero Trust  

Halfway through 2023, the topic on everyone’s agenda is turning Zero Trust Architecture from concept to implementation. But, most identity professionals are just starting down this path. With real-life lessons based on deployments at the Fortune 500, the DoD, and insights gleaned from the NIST labs, Wade Ellery will show that Zero Trust is within your grasp, and how to get started (hint: identity data is the key).

Like any hero’s quest, adopting an identity-first approach means overcoming obstacles, in this case, beginning with highly distributed, disparate, or heritage identity stores that are being called on to fuel the Zero Trust efforts. The challenge is: how does the organization support multi-attribute-based confidence levels in a least privilege access model? How can the IT team deliver this cutting-edge security practice without putting excessive burden on the organization’s resources and end-users?

In this webinar, Ellery explains how to unlock identity data so you can close security gaps and lay your Zero Trust foundation, highlighting:

  • The 4 Cs of building a Zero Trust foundation: Clean, Correlate, Consume, Control
  • Delivering an expanded identity profile with attributes from beyond just Active Directory
  • Creating reliable pipelines of accurate, complete, and up-to-date identity data across the enterprise


Wade Ellery

Field Chief Technology Officer

Wade has extensive experience in enterprise IT direct and channel software, and services, sales and management. He has in-depth knowledge and experience in enterprise IAM, IGA, risk and compliance and IT security challenges.

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