'Zero Trust' Security for the MainframeBroadcom's Stuart McIrvine Dispels Myths and Showcases New Realities
The "zero trust" model, in the context of mainframe security, might be different than you'd think. Stuart McIrvine of Broadcom separates myths from realities and discusses the life cycle of zero trust on the mainframe.
In a video interview with Information Security Media Group as part of its RSA Conference 2021 coverage, McIrvine discusses:
- Myths and realities of zero trust and the mainframe;
- How the model maps to mainframe security's core tenets;
- Life cycle for zero trust on the mainframe.
As director of product management for the mainframe security products and the mainframe database tools products at Broadcom, McIrvine leads the development of the strategy for his portfolio and manages the product direction to ensure the needs of Broadcom customers are met. Previously, he spent five years at Hewlett Packard Enterprise, leading product management in both the security and IT operations management business units. Before HPE, he spent 21 years at IBM, where he led the development of IBM’s overall portfolio strategy for cloud computing.