Recent market forces are driving cybersecurity leaders to give zero trust strategies a closer look. Organizations are embracing remote or hybrid work ..
environments. Employees continue to use their own devices for business. And supply chain partners, as the recent SolarWinds attack demonstrated, are becoming much more digitally entangled. These trends all have one thing in common – they expose organizations to more risk beyond traditional network perimeters. Zero trust aims to help enterprises improve their overall security posture by providing protection within and beyond such boundaries — requiring authentication and continuous validation of all users and devices, inside and outside the firewall, before permitting access to applications and data. Join SC Media’s Zero Trust eSummit on October 12-13, to learn more about this cybersecurity model and assess whether it’s right for your organization.