Zero Trust Network Access Considerations for Remote Live and Post Production

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Originally Aired - Monday, April 17   |   10:20 AM - 10:40 AM PT

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As virtualization and GPU technologies evolve, the Media & Entertainment industry is discovering that adopting a remote access strategy with a hybrid cloud approach is a strategic imperative. The challenges of securing such an environment, requires organizations to understand and implement Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) solutions.

In this session, remote access vendor Leostream provides an overview of ZTNA in the context of zero trust policies and, specifically, remote access for live and post production workloads. After a brief introduction to the benefits and concepts of ZTNA, this session covers topics and tools related to:

  1. Authentication: How to trust the identity of users who have access to remote environments
  2. Authorization: How to improve content security by implementing strict access control rules
  3. Connections: How to avoid opening up full network access by replacing VPN technology
  4. Tracking: How to audit access and usage to ensure security

This session will also cover potential obstacles when implementing ZTNA and suggestions for reducing their impact.

Presented as part of:

Media and Cloud 2

Cloud Tech and Workflows | Cybersecurity and Content Protection | CONNECT |


Karen Gondoly
Chief Executive Officer
Leostream Corporation