Zero trust would combat two of today’s greatest security challenges: increased endpoints driven by telework and the misuse of privileged credentials.
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Just as drivers have to contend with blind spots on the road, so do security practitioners and leaders defending their networks.
The large-scale move to remote work, combined with recent high-profile cybersecurity attacks have forced government agencies to rethink how they invest in and implement cybersecurity practices that are effective yet also user-friendly.
How can agencies and employees improve their cybersecurity knowledge in a more effective and fun way? Here are some great takeaways.
The need for security shouldn’t hinder employees from doing their best work without headaches. We spoke to gov experts who are balancing both.
Zero trust protects agencies by making access control decisions on a fine-grained and informed basis.
How can agencies become just as innovative about cyber defense as bad actors are about cyber offense? Zero trust security might be exactly the protection agencies need.
More teleworking means agencies must defend a wider attack surface, with applications, data and devices reaching far beyond the network perimeter. Zero trust can help.
To move forward, successful agencies will leverage TIC 3.0 and Zero Trust in tandem.
An industry cybersecurity expert gave agencies three pointers for protecting themselves with zero trust cybersecurity, which assumes everyone and everything on IT networks is potentially threatening.