Zero Trust: Practice Makes Better

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Tony Scott is the chairman of the TonyScottGroup and a senior advisor for cybersecurity and policy at Squire Patton Boggs, a prominent international law firm. Until January of 2017, he was serving as the CIO within the Obama administration. In addition, Scott is a board member of ColorTokens, a cybersecurity company that’s moving rapidly in the zero trust world. In prior roles, Scott was the CIO at VMware, the CIO at Microsoft, the CIO at the Walt Disney Company and the CTO at General Motors.

Drawing on his deep background in technology, government and legal Scott, delves into many pressing issues in cybersecurity today. In particular, when asked about how an incremental approach to zero trust can lead us closer to our desired state, Scott had this to say:

Nobody is going to be able to go fully implement a zero trust architecture overnight. … But to sit and twiddle your thumbs and ignore today’s problems with ransomware and all the other things

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