In this Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA), CARTA and SDP training the concepts of Zero Trust and Carta are explained and the implementation with a Software Defined Perimeter (SDP) and Micro-segmentation clarified.
This webinar is also available as an eLearning module that consists of a series of movies and a series of optional questions, hosted on our state of the art Learning Management System (LMS). You can study anywhere, anytime : we also offer an App for your mobile phone and tablet. You will receive a soft copy of the material (including links). You can find a detailed agenda at the end of this page or you can watch the short agenda on YouTube. Click here to go directly to our Learning Management System.
You can find a detailed agenda at the end of this page. This webinar is also part of our Masterclass Digital Transformation.
The term Zero Trust model was coined by Forrester in 2009. As the name says, everywhere and anytime the highest form of security (authentication, authorization, encryption etc.) must be enforced.
The current network model (perimeter model with a DMZ) does not offer sufficient protection against threats like APT’s (Advanced Persistent Threats) or DDOS attacks. Don’t you think it is strange that the most popular transport protocol is based on: connect first, then authenticate? The IP-address was never meant for authentication, it is very convenient for making a connection. With Zero trust the network is completely dark: unauthenticated you cannot see anything…
Our current network design is based on an assumption that inside the datacenter traffic and applications are trusted. Traffic within a networkzone/VLAN is not filtered. First and second generation (static) firewalls cannot offer the protection we need. Zero Trust offers defence against the “trusted insider” and malware that has infiltrated our network (think of the Solarwinds hack). 80% of security breaches now originate internal to the network…
Continuous adaptive Risk and Trust accessment (CARTA) dictates continuous authentication. Even more important: continous monitoring and assessment of users, devices and applications is pivotal for detecting a threat early. The average “Mean Time To Detect” in the US is 90 days!
You can find the concepts of Zero Trust and CARTA in solutions like Software Defined Perimeter, Micro-segmentation but also CASB en SASE. In this Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA), CARTA and SDP training you will learn the architecture of SDP and Micro-segmentation, how it works and how to implement it.
This Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA), CARTA and SDP training is available in the following formats:
- Webinar: Online classroom / virtual classroom: you are live connected to the trainer with Zoom (or Teams).
- Classroom training (postponed until further notice)
An E-learning module (as available for our IT Essentials for non-IT) is under development.
One session of half a day, from 09:00 to 13:00
The Web Infra Academy uses two price models: per student or per training. For an onsite classroom training and a quotation please contact us or use the form at the end of this page.
- Webinar : 495,00 Euro per participant (with Skype of Zoom)
- Classroom: 495,00 Euro per participant
- E-learning: 299,00 Euro per participant
Basic IT knowledge.
Anyone who wants to know about the latest trends in IT security.
Course dates webinar/remote/online
- 05-03-2021 – Online, Zoom
- 02-07-2021 – Online, Zoom
Please register using the form at the end of this page.
Agenda Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA), CARTA and SDP training
- What are the features of Zero Trust Network Access
- Problems with the current network and security model
- The changed environment: BYOD, working from home (or anywhere)
- North-south opposed to east-west traffic
- How to implement ZTNA
- The future of the internet: Named Data Networking (NDN)
- What is CARTA an why do I need it?
- The features of CARTA: the 7 imperatives of CARTA
- Relationship CARTA and UEBA (User and Entity Behavior Analytics)
- AI/ML and IT security
- What is SDP and how does it work?
- SDP architecture
- VPN versus SDP
- Single Packet Authorization
- Static and dynamic firewalls
- The advantages of SDP
- What is micro-segmentation and how does it work
- Vendors SDP and micro-segmentation
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