Increasingly mobile workforces bring with them an increasing level of risk. With work happening at home, the office, and really anywhere, security MUST be the same no matter who, what, when, where and how business data is being accessed.
Topic: Zero Trust Model
Zero doubt about the direction of zero trust security
The adoption of zero trust is about to change dramatically. In May, the Biden administration announced its cybersecurity Executive Order (EO), stressing the urgency of modernized access and cybersecurity defenses. Consequently, many enterprises can no longer ignore the necessity of investing in zero trust architectures.
Applying the NIST Zero Trust Model via App Access Cloud
Though the term Zero Trust was originally minted in 2010; defining what precisely Zero Trust means and how to deliver it has been a process. Ten years later in August 2020, NIST released SP 800-207 defining what the best practices are for creating a Zero Trust Network Architecture. Rather than static “once and done” security...