We believe Zero Trust—which eliminates implicit trust in every digital facet—is imperative to the security and success of each individual, organization, and enterprise.
That’s why Palo Alto Networks has understood the importance of a Zero Trust Architecture for years. We host many events for industry experts, customers, and network security professionals who are interested in learning more about Palo Alto Networks' groundbreaking Complete Zero Trust Network Security. Up next is an event you won’t want to miss: Design And Deploy Zero Trust Network Security For Users.
Design And Deploy Zero Trust Network Security For Users will teach you how to adopt Zero Trust across your network security stack. At this technical event, Palo Alto Networks Zero Trust Network Security experts will share actionable tips, guidance, and best practices for designing, deploying, and scaling a Zero Trust architecture. The event is a rich opportunity to leverage our Zero Trust expertise to achieve the most secure environment possible for your users.
If you want to ensure you are protecting your organization against continual cyberthreats while ensuring productivity, Design And Deploy Zero Trust Network Security For Users is a can’t-miss event. In just a half-day, you will learn the following (and much more!):
How to capitalize on the ML-Powered Next-Gen Firewalls’ latest features to ensure Zero Trust for all your users—regardless of location, type of device, or applications used
Tips for architecture design and best practices that will ensure protection and security for all users and devices in your network
How to build your network security infrastructure, including campuses, data centers, branches, clouds, and other sites
Bonus: Attendees of Design And Deploy Zero Trust Network Security For Users will have a chance to participate in a subsequent one-on-one guided tour of how to set up Zero Trust components—starting from square one.
You will walk away with practical, deployable, and imperative information to protect and secure you, your users, and your organization. You can see the full agenda here.