The browser has become the primary work interface. It acts as the workload, the data, and as a representation of the device. As such, implementing the most advanced security frameworks on the browser is essential for ensuring protection of organizational data and systems. And one of the most modern security frameworks, which is becoming increasingly widely-accepted by CISOs and organizations, is Zero Trust.
Our guest, Ira Winkler, is a cybersecurity expert and award-winning CISO who has slayed a few attacker dragons in his past. Join his discussion with Or Eshed, CEO of LayerX, as they go beyond the “zero trust” buzzword and find out if and how zero trust principles can be implemented on the browser. They also contemplate how secure commercial browsers really are and Ira provides interesting insights and anecdotes about the human factor in cyber security.
If you’re looking to cut through the fluff and find a secure solution for your organization – this episode is a must listen.
Ira Winkler, CISSP, is the Director of the Human Security Engineering Consortium and author of the books, You Can Stop Stupid and Security Awareness for Dummies. He is considered one of the world’s most influential security professionals and was named “The Awareness Crusader” by CSO Magazine in receiving their CSO COMPASS Award. Most recently, he was named 2021 Top Cybersecurity Leader by Security Magazine.
Or Eshed is the Co-Founder & CEO of Browser Security platform LayerX, with over a decade of experience in cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, and information warfare.
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