Best practices for Zero Trust
Micro-Segmentation and Common mistakes to avoid



Organizations are increasingly implementing micro-segmentation strategies. However, with interconnected infrastructure and cloud workloads, executing the current micro-segmentation strategy to scale remains a challenge. The need of the hour is crystal clear visibility and robust security that can prevent cyberattacks across data centres, hybrid infrastructure and on the cloud.

Furthermore, most micro-segmentation projects are failing due to inventory opacity, unrealistic expectations for outcomes and improper execution. So how can your organization build a micro-segmentation strategy that works for you?

Join us for a webinar featuring David Holmes, Senior Analyst, Forrester, as our guest speaker, where we will discuss:

  • Why micro-segmentation is the first step towards robust security approaches like Zero Trust

  • How and why Micro-segmentation projects fail

  • How can you avoid common security pitfalls in your organization


Rajesh Khazanchi

Rajesh Khazanchi

Co-Founder, Chief Executive Officer

ColorTokens Inc

David Holmes

David Holmes

Senior Analyst,


Rajesh Khazanchi is a cybersecurity pioneer who’s been on the front lines of the battle against cyberattacks for nearly three decades. As a security entrepreneur and executive, Rajesh is motivated by the ideal that no one – not businesses, not families, not individuals – should be forced to feel the pain of a cyberattack. That’s what fuels his work as CEO of ColorTokens, a leader in autonomous Zero Trust cybersecurity solutions, where he oversees the company vision and overall global strategy. Prior to ColorTokens, Rajesh led product development teams at HP, Oracle, and VMware. He has been awarded six patents for his innovations in cloud automation and cybersecurity.

David Holmes is a senior analyst at Forrester, advising security and risk professionals about strategy, architecture, and Zero Trust. His coverage includes security architecture (Zero Trust edge, SASE, microsegmentation, Zero Trust network access), network security controls (firewalls, automated malware sandbox analysis, IDS/IPS), distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) protection, DNS security, and encryption of data in transit. He helps security leaders plan Zero Trust implementations, select cybersecurity controls, and understand new mitigation technologies. David has presented at industry conferences like RSA, Infosec Europe, and the Australian Cybersecurity Conference. He has written regularly for industry magazines on cryptography, malware, and the security community.

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