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Executive Summary: 2024 State of Zero Trust & Encryption Study

Find out where your organization’s Zero Trust strategy aligns among more than 4,000 IT and IT security practitioners across 10 countries in our Executive Summary report.

Key highlights include:

 

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Results by Region

While 61% of organizations have begun their own Zero Trust journey, find out which regions are lagging behind the global adoption benchmark

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Top Breach Concerns of Respondents

Learn which leading concerns have ramped up and which have lessened from previous years

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Senior Leadership Support

Discover which regions cite lack of leadership buy-in as a challenge to implementing Zero Trust

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Tuesday | May 21, 2024
In this podcast episode we look at the dark side of generative AI – the destructive ways criminals are utilizing it to create deepfakes, optimizing phishing techniques and creating synthetic IDs at scale. We’ also take a look at new updated stats, in a special RSAC edition of Onfido's (an Entrust company) Fraud Report and discuss how CISOs/CROs can set their companies up for success in the fight against these new security threats.
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Wednesday | April 24, 2024
The use of biometrics has become a flash point for discussion in efforts to regulate AI around the globe. While different biometric use cases present with different risk profiles, the use of biometrics to protect individual consumers and citizens from identity theft and fraud should be a core component of any organization’s deep fake defense strategy. In this podcast, we’ll delve into the legal, ethical, and even moral considerations for the continued safe development and use of AI-enabled biometrics.
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Monday | March 25, 2024
This podcast examines the raging debate around not only if and how to regulate AI, but also when and by whom. Our experts cover such topics as the potential risks of AI, different regulatory approaches to AI, and the need for global AI governance. Guest experts include Jenny Carmichael, VP Compliance at Entrust and Stephanie Derdouri, VP Security, Governance, Risk and Compliance at Entrust.
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Monday | February 26, 2024
In this episode, our guests Samantha Mabey, Entrust Director of Digital Security Solutions, and Tushar Tambay, VP of Product Development at Entrust, unravel the risks of misconfigured systems, interoperability gaps, and compliance lapses in IT security. Join us as we discuss the diverse array of cybersecurity tools and the necessity of routine discovery checks to avert breaches. We also dive into the Zero Trust journey, discovering how organizations can progressively bolster their security posture.
image of computer board with the letters AI floating
Tuesday | May 21, 2024
In this podcast episode we look at the dark side of generative AI – the destructive ways criminals are utilizing it to create deepfakes, optimizing phishing techniques and creating synthetic IDs at scale. We’ also take a look at new updated stats, in a special RSAC edition of Onfido's (an Entrust company) Fraud Report and discuss how CISOs/CROs can set their companies up for success in the fight against these new security threats.
image of computer board with the letters AI floating
Wednesday | April 24, 2024
The use of biometrics has become a flash point for discussion in efforts to regulate AI around the globe. While different biometric use cases present with different risk profiles, the use of biometrics to protect individual consumers and citizens from identity theft and fraud should be a core component of any organization’s deep fake defense strategy. In this podcast, we’ll delve into the legal, ethical, and even moral considerations for the continued safe development and use of AI-enabled biometrics.
woman holding tablet with reflection
Monday | March 25, 2024
This podcast examines the raging debate around not only if and how to regulate AI, but also when and by whom. Our experts cover such topics as the potential risks of AI, different regulatory approaches to AI, and the need for global AI governance. Guest experts include Jenny Carmichael, VP Compliance at Entrust and Stephanie Derdouri, VP Security, Governance, Risk and Compliance at Entrust.
Business colleagues working on laptop at corporate office.
Monday | February 26, 2024
In this episode, our guests Samantha Mabey, Entrust Director of Digital Security Solutions, and Tushar Tambay, VP of Product Development at Entrust, unravel the risks of misconfigured systems, interoperability gaps, and compliance lapses in IT security. Join us as we discuss the diverse array of cybersecurity tools and the necessity of routine discovery checks to avert breaches. We also dive into the Zero Trust journey, discovering how organizations can progressively bolster their security posture.

About Entrust Cybersecurity Institute

Cybersecurity is about more than playing defense. It’s about delivering the trust and confidence enterprises need to accelerate their business growth…and gain a competitive advantage.

That’s why we’ve assembled the Entrust Cybersecurity Institute. Call it a “think tank”, with a goal of delivering the critical insights you need to protect your organizations – to help you adapt and grow. Our think tank gathers some of our top leaders and experts in IT, security, R&D, and product management to share their insights on evolving threats and opportunities.

You can access these insights through our monthly newsletter, and through in-depth conversations on our Cybersecurity Institute Podcast.

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