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ln recent years, more and more workers have operated remotely. Road Warriors have been granted greater access when away from the office, providing improvements in productivity and responsiveness.

With the recent increase in the number of remote workers, organizations are reviewing security policies in light of increased attacks on their remote infrastructure.

Zero Trust Security takes a different view of providing security. It requires a re-think of the tools and techniques used to grant access to data, while also protecting that data at rest, in transit, and on endpoint devices.

In this recording, Oxford Computer Group Senior Consultant Sara Hawkins takes a look at what Zero Trust offers, and how to look anew at your infrastructure with an eye on providing better access, streamlining and rationalizing security, while enabling users' productivity in a challenging environment.

Recorded from OCG's Virtual Event, "The Future State of Identity and Security: Zero Trust and the Remote Workforce."