Cybersecurity: How To Be A Zero Trust Organization

Zero Trust is an approach to cybersecurity that helps organizations adapt today’s technology environment to the threat landscape, reduce risk, increase security, and lower costs.

Breaches and data theft have become all too common. Last year, cybersecurity researchers found a file on the Dark Web containing 1.4 billion username and password combinations that had been collected from sites such as LinkedIn and Netflix, and from popular online games. The file was in plain text, meaning one didn’t need to be a sophisticated cyber-criminal to use it to log into other peoples’ accounts.

That’s frightening. And it gets worse.

However, in a Zero Trust Organization, security measures are applied at the user, application, data, and network level, and all are given equal importance. These solutions together enhance overall effectiveness. For example, a foundation of trusted identities can help protect unstructured data sources and inform cloud security measures. Behavior analytics can predict user actions and thereby better protect application, data, and network assets. Just as integration is key to business efficiency, Zero Trust Organizations know that only integrated security solutions can protect against today’s complex threat environment.

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