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Why EDR and NDR Tools Are Not Zero Trust Security Solutions & What to Use Instead

Lock the doors inside your home, hand out keys sparingly, then turn on an alarm in every room. Your house will get a lot more secure. However, it will also become unlivable. Tight security policies, access conditions, and subnetting configurations can take away risk but even mature Zero Trust Architecture (ZTA) environments must balance cybersecurity with usability.


Why Traditional Security Solutions Don't Fit Zero-Trust Architecture

“Just make us Zero Trust.” Hands up if you’ve ever heard some version of this statement. Gather ten cybersecurity pros in a room, and you’ll have ten frustrated people trying to implement Zero Trust Security Architecture (ZTA). Although boards and non-security executives often understand the ZTA security model at a high level and love the idea of an inherently secure network, security teams keep running into walls during implementation.


The Crucial Role of Identity in Zero Trust Security

In an increasingly digital world where cybersecurity threats are constantly evolving, organizations are embracing new strategies to protect their sensitive data and assets. One such approach that has gained prominence in recent years is Zero Trust. Zero Trust challenges the traditional perimeter-based security mindset and instead places a strong emphasis on identity as a cornerstone of a robust defense strategy.


How to Implement Zero Trust with SenseOn

Bad news first. Implementing Zero Trust is more complex than using a particular service or a product. Although definitions vary, Zero Trust is an approach to network architecture that moves security closer to user actions and away from network assets. In a 100% Zero Trust environment, no user, process or application inside a network is trusted by default.


What Zero Trust Vendors Need To Tell You

What size Zero Trust would you like? Zero Trust Architecture (ZTA), and cybersecurity in general, would be easier if you could walk into a Zero Trust shop instead of navigating a human and technological minefield featuring confused executives, reluctant employees, and a buzzword-heavy Zero Trust vendor landscape. The fact that “humans don’t work in a Zero Trust manner” will not change anytime soon, but technology is something in your control.


Zero Trust Security: Principles, Importance, and Working Mechanism

The Zero Trust security model is based on the idea that users and devices are not to be trusted. The world’s zero trust security market is projected to reach a value of US$ 54.6 billion by 2026. The reason for such an increased value of Zero Trust security is the frequency of cyberattacks. Also, an increase in data protection and security regulations contributes to this growth.

Imparting Trust: Paws for Reflection

In this week's episode, Bill and Robin delve once again into the world of Zero Trust as they discuss how end-to-end encrypted messaging services have fallen victim to the BadBazaar trojan, as well as asking the question "Should you trust URLs on your children's snacks?" Learn all this and more on the latest episode of The Ring of Defense!
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What Is Zero Trust? Top Benefits & How It Works

Organizations are tasked with the continuous challenge of having to keep up with advancing cyber threats and must change their security strategies for them to remain secure. Zero Trust Security is a response that demands identity validation from all users, devices, and networks, thus eliminating implicit trust altogether.


Netskope Enables 100% Legacy VPN Replacement with ZTNA Next

For infrastructure and operations (I&O) teams, the transition from legacy architectures to a modern zero trust architecture is far from straightforward. Teams often face a complex patchwork of fragmented and siloed systems of different vintages, along with the challenge of managing dozens of disparate security and networking vendors.