Zero Trust Security

Lawrence Cruciana, President and founder of Corporate information Technologies, will be on speaker on July 8th for ChannelPro’s – SMB Regional Forum. Cruciana will be speaking on
Principles of Zero Trust Security.

Cruciana words . . .

For many MSPs the sudden switch to work-from-home arrangements across a large numbers of their clients caused support challenges early in the course of the global pandemic. As increasing numbers of the workforce shifted to remote home-office locations alarming attacks against SMB clients began to materialize. Threat actors shifted their targets from well-defended corporate resources to poorly-defended home networks. This shift happened rapidly – just as rapidly as did the rush to remote work – and has caused many IT Security and MSP professionals to rethink their security strategy and incorporate Zero Trust Architecture.

While Zero Trust Architecture is not new, it is a relative newcomer in the SMB security vernacular. The emergence of SMB-focused vendor solutions combined with the urgent need to embrace secure remote workplace models, and SMB business owners’ willingness to adopt a different approach to security has thrust this methodology into the forefront.
Using the objective lens of the CIS controls and practical examples of Zero Trust Architecture, we will explore the elements, distinct advantages, and outcomes of this security architecture.

ChannelPro SMB Forum 2021: Southeast (July will be a full-day event and feature presentations from some of the top SMB resellers and managed service providers in the country, sharing their insights on the hottest tech solutions in the SMB marketplace today.

Corporate Information Technologies provides small to mid-market organizations with expert I.T. services including compliance assessment, cybersecurity penetration tests, and comprehensive business continuity planning services. Corporate Information Technologies can help organizations, quantify, create, refine, and mitigate the risks presented by business threatening disasters in whatever form they may be disguised.

Contact us to learn more and let us show you how good I.T. can be — Don’t Gamble With Your Security

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