ON2IT announced that Zero Trust creator, John Kindervag, will join ON2IT as Senior VP Cybersecurity Strategy and Group Fellow.

FREMONT, CA: ON2IT, the global managed security services firm and Zero Trust innovator, announces that Zero Trust creator, John Kindervag, will join ON2IT as Senior VP Cybersecurity Strategy and Group Fellow. 

John Kindervag was in the position of Field CTO at Palo Alto Networks for the past few years. He spent eight and a half years at Forrester Research as a Vice President and Principal Analyst on the Security and Risk Team. John is one of the world's foremost cybersecurity experts. He is known for generating the revolutionary Zero Trust strategy for cybersecurity.

The company is extremely excited about having John on board. It has been working closely with him to develop best practices in designing, developing, and deploying Zero Trust networks. ON2IT has integrated the Zero Trust architecture into the entire portfolio of managed security services. John's vast experience with global public and private sector firms to solve their toughest cybersecurity issues and his practitioner background as a security consultant, penetration tester and security architect bring enormous value to the ON2IT Zero Trust roadmap for the years ahead.

ON2IT has deployed Zero Trust architectures and networks at customer sites than any cybersecurity company, and they have integrated Zero Trust in all aspects of their products and services. Through ON2IT's continuous improvements of their mSOC platform and the Zero Trust Readiness and Zero Trust Fitness tools, they provide objective, measurable scores that cement the gap between Zero Trust strategy and SOC-operations. Zero Trust Readiness assists organizations in preparing for Zero Trust. Zero Trust Fitness keeps its security processes aligned to its strategy and strengthens prevention against known and unknown threats.

The Zero Trust model is embraced by firms as diverse as Google, Barrett Steel and WestJet Airlines. The US House of Representatives, NIST, and the NSA recommend that government agencies implement Zero Trust in the wake of the Solar Winds Data Breach.