This is why security experts recommend Zero Trust
We used to be reliant on firewalls to protect companies from threats. For IT managers, there was a clear line of defence with "inside" and "outside" borders. In addition to increasingly intelligent attacks, social engineering or zero-day exploits, hybrid network boundaries today also ensure a highly complex IT security situation.
The Zero Trust approach helps CIOs and security managers to meet these challenges. The concept focuses on protecting sensitive and critical data. Zero Trust takes into account today's heterogeneous infrastructures with a multitude of devices to be protected and it treats every access, every application, every device with the same level of care - whether internal or external.
In other words: "Zero Trust" trusts no one and relies on constant monitoring".
What does that mean exactly? In the following six steps, we will show you how to implement Zero Trust in your own organisation and thus ensure comprehensive protection of business-critical data.
Extract from the first 3 steps
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