A practical approach to securing all access, inside or out of the network
Sounds a bit dramatic, but just because someone or something is in your network it doesn’t mean they belong there. This is the basic principle of zero trust: all devices, users and applications in any location need to be checked. Segmented access ensures they only go into the parts of the network where they need to be. As a result, companies not only minimise their exposure to threats but they also ensure that the threats that do get in don’t spread like wildfire.
Cybersecurity expert Jeff Fawcett breaks down the zero trust security framework and will help you change the way you think about cybersecurity.
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