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Bart Vansevenant | Chief Product Officer
Vansevenant has spent 15 years in the cyber security market. He was CMO at cybersecurity start-up Catbird. He was Executive Director of the Global Security Organization at Verizon, responsible for strategy, product management and development for the company's cyber security portfolio worldwide. He has also held executive roles in Cybertrust, Ubizen, Telenet and Oracle.
Fred Rey | General Manager, Workforce Management
Zero trust – in physical security
Hybrid work arrangements have fundamentally changed our relationship with the office. It’s now common for many people to work full-time but not go into the workplace every day. It means they might go into the office 3 days a week, or week-on week-off schedules.
Under these arrangements 24/7 physical access to corporate facilities, secure areas and the assets and information they contain is a security and compliance risk. Under the Zero Trust approach, the organization assumes breach and that each request for physical access should be assessed against the person’s role, security policy, regulations or safety protocols.
RightCrowd can help organizations implement Zero Trust through:
- Strong Physical Identity and Access Management
- Enforce policy-based access controls
- Enforce least privilege physical access
- Identify and manage privileged access
- Identity and manage inappropriate physical access
- Multifactor authentication
- Audit and compliance
68% of Executives
believe that people should be in the office at least three days a week to maintain a distinctive company culture, once the pandemic is no longer a concern.
Source: PwC – US Remote Work Survey
$50b in cyber-physical damages
Gartner predicts that cyber-physical system security breaches will cost businesses over $50 billion by 2023.