No script, no filter: Just Microsoft’s Edna Conway and Cisco’s Wendy Nather gathering with privacy leader Michelle Dennedy to discuss the impact of the SolarWinds supply chain attack and to play Buzzword Mystery Date with SASE, CIAM and "passwordless" authentication - are these trends dreamboats or duds?
We’ve gone from a remote workforce to “work from anywhere.” How does this create new security challenges regarding the broad and unrestricted accessing of cloud apps? Sasi Murthy of Netskope discusses the path to zero trust data protection.
It can no longer be a topic of debate. If you have enterprise assets connected to the Internet, you will get breached. It is only just a matter of when. Every organization, especially in today’s work-from-home economy must have a documented incident response plan and sets of playbooks that form the incident response...
If trust exists on a continuum with no trust at one end and complete trust at the other, where does trust in someone’s identity lie? It’s somewhere in between - pushing closer to no trust, in the interest of security, but not quite yet reaching the “zero trust” ideal on which we’ve fixed our gaze.
Forrester Research Inc. first coined the term “zero-trust” in 2010. A decade and a pandemic later, with businesses implementing hybrid multi-Cloud environments, identity and access management can no longer be considered optional. Extending VPN protection is not enough.
Risk-based authentication enhances both...
Implementing a Zero Trust architecture is a must in today’s distributed work environment. To get Zero Trust right, organizations should start with modernizing their identity and access management.
Take a look this datasheet to understand the different Zero Trust frameworks and learn how you can get started with...
The "zero trust" model is outdated in today's cloud environment, says Ian Thornton-Trump, CISO at Cyjax, a threat intelligence company, who recommends the use of segmentation and monitoring for anomalous behavior instead.
2020 was a culmination of market shifts that has become a catalyst for the adoption of Identity Governance and Administration (IGA)—from work from home to the implementation of a zero-trust strategy.
In a new survey from Omada and Enterprise Strategy Group, 93% of your peers agree that the COVID-19 outbreak has...
Four editors at Information Security Media Group - Tom Field, Anna Delaney, Mathew Schwartz and Tony Morbin - review this week’s most important cybersecurity developments, from nation-state threats and supply chain risk, to combating ransomware and adopting a zero trust strategy.
This edition of the ISMG Security Report features an analysis of the Microsoft Exchange on-premises server hacks – from who might have leaked the vulnerability exploits to how ransomware gangs are taking advantage of the flaws. Also featured: Tackling the cybercrime business model; assessing "zero trust."
The SolarWinds supply chain attack should push federal government agencies to adopt the "zero trust" model and deploy better endpoint detection and response tools, according to the new federal CISO and the acting director of the U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency.
Don’t call it a product, and don’t try to create a standard around it - "zero trust" is a strategy, says John Kindervag, the former Forrester analyst who created it. As he steps into his new role at ON2IT Cybersecurity, his goal is to help make zero trust easy to implement.
The U.S. National Security Agency has issued "zero trust" guidance aimed at securing critical networks and sensitive data within key federal agencies. The NSA adds it is also assisting Defense Department customers with the zero trust implementations.
The SolarWinds supply chain attack is another example of the damage that lateral movement by system intruders can cause. Tim Keeler of Remediant describes why detecting lateral movement is so challenging.