Implement zero trust security in education
Protect your institution’s resources and services
Zero trust access architecture addresses the modern security challenges that come with cloud migration and remote and hybrid learning environments. Based on the principle of “never trust, always verify,” zero trust helps secure resources by eliminating unknown and unmanaged devices and limiting lateral movement. Implementing a true zero trust model requires that all components—user identity, device, network, and applications—be validated and proven trustworthy.
Microsoft’s phased implementation of zero trust centers on strong user identity, device health verification, validation of application health, and secure, least-privilege access to organization resources and services.
In this session, we’ll review how you can leverage zero trust within your institution to:
- Help protect your users, devices, and data.
- Create a safe and engaging learning environment.
- Meet privacy standards.
- Ensure continuous compliance for your institution.
Join this webinar to learn how Microsoft takes a layered approach to securing institution and customer data by implementing zero trust.