Tetrate and NIST are hosting their third annual ZTA conference, ZTA and DevSecOps for Cloud Native Applications (virtual), on Wednesday, Jan. 26th (training) and Thursday, Jan. 27th (sessions). The conference provides the most valuable opportunity this year for organizations to gather a practical understanding of how to secure critical infrastructure. You will learn how to put together a ZTA stack for end-user traffic from the ground up.
With the severity of data breaches escalating, including damage to critical US infrastructure, executive orders have been issued, calling for federal agencies to adopt Zero Trust Architecture (ZTA). The DevSecOps approach is seen as essential to achieving high operational assurance for microservices-based applications. But many organizations face challenges in implementation. NIST and Tetrate are presenting the third annual edition of this conference to dive deeply into this new architectural model, which yields enhanced security and other benefits. Their work to date has already yielded ZTA standards for cloud-native applications.