In today’s business environment, legacy networks struggle to keep up with the ever-evolving cyber threats. Data breaches have become more common, and legacy networks are not equipped to handle these sophisticated attacks. In addition, legacy networks are often complex and difficult to manage, making it challenging to keep up with the latest security changes. As a result, businesses are increasingly turning to zero-trust architecture to protect their data and minimize the risk of a breach.
With zero trust architecture, businesses can better control access to their systems and data, making it more difficult for cybercriminals to penetrate their networks. In addition, zero trust architecture can help simplify network management and make it easier to implement security changes. As businesses face increasingly sophisticated cyber threats, zero trust architecture is becoming essential to their defense.
WHY ZERO TRUST
Zero trust is a security concept fast gaining popularity in the wake of high-profile data breaches. The traditional network security model, which relies on legacy systems and perimeter-based defenses, is no longer adequate in today’s connected world. On the other hand, a zero-trust architecture treats all users and devices as potential threats and requires them to undergo strict authentication before accessing sensitive data. While adopting a zero-trust approach may seem daunting initially, organizations can take a few simple steps to get started.
BRIDGING ZERO TRUST
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