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Cybercriminals took more than a billion dollars from U.S. organizations in ransom payments last year. Threat actors stole terabytes of data just this May. And 60 countries representing roughly half the world’s population will hold national-level elections in 2024, giving adversaries even more incentives to act.

With more attacks—and more at risk—than ever, organizations need a cybersecurity architecture that anticipates risks and stops threats before they start. They need Zero Trust.

But moving toward Zero Trust is easier said than done. Zero Trust can’t be purchased—it needs to be earned.

Join our webinar on Wednesday, July 10 at 11 AM ET with RSA Chief Product and Technology Officer Jim Taylor to learn how organizations can move Zero Trust from a theoretical paradigm to a working practice:

- Learn how ransomware attacks are evolving and driving up ransom payments

- See the latest guidance from Gartner detailing the five core principles of Zero Trust

- Understand the upcoming Zero Trust requirements in the United States and EU

- Get tools from CISA, NIST, ISO 27001 to evaluate and improve your organization’s Zero Trust maturity level

- Learn how key technologies and Secure by Design principles can help organizations implement Zero Trust at scale

Chief Product and Technology Officer
As the Chief Product and Technology Officer for RSA, Jim Taylor is responsible for the organization’s overall product strategy, delivery and development. In this role, Jim delivers the solutions and innovations that will ensure that RSA achieves its vision to be the trusted identity platform for the world’s most security-sensitive organizations by supporting hybrid workers, deploying modern authentication and accelerating businesses’ cloud strategies. Jim brings more than two decades of identity product strategy, cloud security, SaaS and enterprise software development to the role. Prior to joining RSA, Jim served as the Head of Product, Symantec/Broadcom. Previously, he ran product organizations at CA, Oracle, NetIQ and Novell. Jim also has experience leading startups in the identity and access management space: he founded Fortefi and served as its CEO and was a senior executive at PassGo Technologies. Throughout his career, Jim has helped organizations successfully secure and adapt to digital transformations and cultivated long-term relationships with leading global businesses.

Director, Communications and Brand
Ben Lebeaux is the Director of Communications and Brand for RSA.