RSA, a leader in cybersecurity and risk management solutions, provides organizations with technology to address challenges across security, risk management and fraud prevention in the digital era. RSA solutions are designed to effectively detect and respond to advanced attacks; manage user access control; and reduce operational risk, fraud and cybercrime. RSA protects millions of users around the world and helps more than 90 percent of the Fortune 500 companies thrive and continuously adapt to transformational change.
Ingo Schubert jointed RSA almost two decades ago and dealt with cryptographic toolkits and PKI until he discovered the identity and access management parts of RSA’s portfolio. His main responsibilities are supporting the local RSA teams around the world with subject matter expertise around IAM in general and RSA SecurID in particular. In in spare time he takes care of his family and various Raspberry Pi projects.
Speech Topic & Synopses
Judging from the statements of its biggest fans, Zero Trust is the hottest thing there is and should be applied everywhere. Should it? If you have been around the block a couple of times, you may have a feeling that this “Zero Trust” thing is just the same old “least privilege” approach with a fresh coat of paint. Is it? Let’s go waaaay back and look at the good and the bad of Zero Trust through the eyes of two great philosophers.