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Best Practices for Implementing a Zero Trust Architecture through Identity and Access Management

As the public sector begins to implement zero trust architectures, identity and access management (IAM) is more important than ever. With the zero trust security model, it is imperative that agencies set up authentication and authorization in order to protect their systems and data.

To ensure users and systems are protected, government organizations need effective methods for using identity and access management in a zero trust system. Red Hat’s on-demand webinar explores IT security architecture principles including access control, authorization and authentication.

In this webinar, discover best practices for integrating and managing user and system identities in a zero trust system such as:

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  • Requiring credentials with authentication tools
  • Controlling authorization through access requests
  • Uniform access gateways with Single Sign On (SSO)

Fill Out the Form to Access the Webinar featuring Red Hat’s Michael Epley, Chief Architect and Security Strategist.