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Watch an on demand recording of Thales TCT Deputy CTO Gina Scinta's presentation from the 2022 FCW Summit: Cybersecurity.

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This solution brief provides an overview of Thales TCT's solutions that address foundational pillars of Zero Trust.

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During this webinar, we discussed what agencies need to do before their networks are compromised. Discussion topics included:

  • Tips for adopting zero trust architecture
  • Key principles for protecting data from the data center to the cloud
  • Supply chain risk management requirements

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Part 6 of this video series based on a recent Thales TCT webinar discusses Zero Trust.

Implementing a zero trust approach to data security is one of the best ways for agencies to protect their data. Agencies must act under the assumption that their networks have already been compromised. A good plan starts with taking a data-centric approach to security. This means focusing on what needs to be protected—the files containing sensitive information—and applying the appropriate form of protection no matter where the data happens to reside. To be effective, this must happen automatically; sensitive information should be identified as soon as it enters an organization’s IT ecosystem and should be secured with policy-based protection that lasts throughout the data lifecycle.


Zero Trust is not just another buzzword in a never-ending list of tech trends. The principles of zero trust eliminates the binary trust/don't trust approach applied to users and assets in yesterday's on-premise, perimeter-centric environments.

According to a recent survey, 100% of U.S. Federal Government agencies are storing sensitive data in third-party cloud, mobile, social, big data and IoT platforms, which inherently makes data vulnerable. Traditional perimeter protection does not protect off-premise data, which speaks to the need to take a zero trust approach to data security.

Attend this webinar to learn about the best practices for implementing a zero trust architecture to protect your most sensitive data despite the dissolving perimeter. The webinar will discuss the top 5 things you need to know about zero trust:

1.           The basics. What is zero trust and how does it apply to data security

2.           Setting the stage. How digital transformation can make data vulnerable

3.           Getting to work. Tips for putting zero trust architecture into action

4.           What about the cloud? Implementing zero trust in a multi-cloud environment

5.           Pulling it all together.  How to develop a long term strategy to protect data throughout its lifecycle


  • Nicholas Jovanovic, Senior Vice President of Sales, Thales Trusted Cyber Technologies, Moderator
  • Brent Hansen, Chief Technology Officer, Thales Cyber Technologies
  • Steven Hernandez, Chief Information Security Officer, Department of Education

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