Applying Zero Trust principles for secure video conferencing
Jan 13, 20221 min read
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The pandemic changed how government agencies do business by requiring remote work and video conferencing for meetings. This is creating a growing need for ways to secure these virtual workspaces better. One way to achieve this digital security, and one that is being mandated across the federal US government, is with Zero Trust architecture.
Watch this recent interview with Joel Bilheimer, Strategic Account Architect at Pexip, and Kevin Davis, Principal Consultant at Advantage Engineering, to learn how Zero Trust security techniques can be applied to video conferencing for more secure communications from anywhere.
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