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Why zero trust is crucial to compliance

The enterprise faces a brand new world when it comes to data privacy and security. New regulations like the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the California …

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On the path to Zero Trust security: Time to get started

No need to belabour the point. We all know that trying to defend the network perimeter is a bit futile in today’s mobile and cloud first world. So, the obvious question …

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Digital transformation goes hand-in-hand with Zero Trust security

Forward-looking organizations are investing in Zero Trust security and strong MFA, modern app development, IaaS, and digital transformation, a recently released Okta report …

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Zero Trust browsing: Protect your organization from its own users

To the casual observer, the cyberattack landscape is constantly shifting. In recent years, the threats and scams have evolved from Nigerian princes to stranded travelers, …

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Are we chasing the wrong zero days?

Zero days became part of mainstream security after the world found out that Stuxnet malware was used to inflict physical damage on an Iranian nuclear facility. After the …

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Adopting a Zero Trust approach is the best strategy to control access

A new study conducted by Forrester Consulting found that organizations powering Zero Trust Security with next-gen access solutions reported twice the confidence to accelerate …

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Zero Trust Security: Never trust, always verify

Zero Trust Security assumes that untrusted actors already exist both inside and outside the network. Trust must therefore be entirely removed from the equation. In this …

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Social media: The zero-trust game

Our value today is measured in numbers. Followers, connections, likes, tweets, and impressions now count toward not only the value of our opinions but also quantify our sphere …

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