Identity & Access Management , Multi-factor & Risk-based Authentication , Security Operations

'Zero Trust': Essential Elements

Reliance Industries' Durga Prasad Dube Outlines the Approach
'Zero Trust': Essential Elements
Durga Prasad Dube, global CISO at Reliance Industries

Implementing a "zero trust" approach to security boils down to this: "You have to have one entry to access enterprise applications," says Durga Prasad Dube, senior vice president and global CISO at Reliance Industries, an Mumbai-based multinational conglomerate.

Key components, he says in an interview with Information Security Media Group include adopting robust identity and access management as well as micro segmentation; making sure new applications are zero-trust enabled; and shifting to more software-as-a-service offerings.

In this interview, (see audio link below image), Dube also discusses:

  • The basic principles of zero trust;
  • The challenges in implementing this approach;
  • The key steps to take.

Before joining Reliance Industries Ltd., Dube was executive director and global head of a risk management practice for Paladion Network. He has more than two decades of experience in risk management and information assurance.




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