Nov 30, 2020
I recently read how a phishing scam was discovered in Google Cloud Services, the latest sign of hackers quickly evolving to attack these environments. To fully protect themselves from the growing threat, organizations need to adopt a Zero Trust policy that can be enforced across the cloud.
Pulse Secure also announced Pulse Zero Trust Access (PZTA), a cloud-based, multi-tenant secure access solution that enables organizations to provide anywhere access to multi-cloud and data center applications with Zero Trust assurance.
I invited Scott Gordon back on to the podcast to learn more about how organizations can scale Zero Trust protections to their entire infrastructure, including cloud or multi-cloud environments.
Scott Gordon is the Chief Marketing Officer at Pulse Secure, responsible for global marketing strategy, communications, operations, channel, and sales enablement. He possesses over 20 years of experience contributing to security management, network, endpoint, data security, and risk assessment technologies at innovative startups and large organizations across SaaS, hardware, and enterprise software platforms.
Previously, Scott was CMO at RiskIQ and ForeScout (FSCT). He has also held executive and management roles at AccelOps (acq by Fortinet), Protego (acq by Cisco), Axent (acq by Symantec), and McAfee.
Pulse Secure suites uniquely integrate cloud, mobile, application, and network access to enable hybrid IT in a Zero Trust world. Today, more than 80% of the Fortune 500 and over 20,000 enterprises (and 18M end-points) and service providers across every vertical entrust Pulse Secure to empower their mobile workforce to securely access applications and information in the data center and cloud while ensuring business compliance.