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Zero Trust

Understanding Zero Trust Network Access and Why Needs It

As flexible working arrangements become increasingly common across every industry, companies need secure, dependable ways to grant remote employees online access to company data, services, and applications. Productivity in today’s highly digital business environment depends upon employees being able to access the systems and information they need for work when needed, from any location.

Zero-Trust Application Service: Protect Against Unknown Threats

Are you struggling with unknown threats? Conventional security measures may not catch everything, leaving gaps for harmful applications. Discover how WatchGuard EDR’s Zero-Trust Application Service uses AI-powered threat detection to ensure every application on your system is classified for comprehensive protection. Take a proactive approach to your cybersecurity and keep your systems safe from unknown threats.

The new normal of remote work and the need for Zero Trust

The COVID-19 pandemic triggered a seismic shift in how we work, propelling remote work from a niche option to the mainstream. Organizations scrambled to adapt, often prioritizing business continuity over security. However, as the dust settles, it's clear that this new normal of remote work isn't going anywhere. This presents a significant challenge: how do we secure a workforce that's no longer confined within the traditional office perimeter?

Cloudflare acquires BastionZero to extend Zero Trust access to IT infrastructure

We’re excited to announce that BastionZero, a Zero Trust infrastructure access platform, has joined Cloudflare. This acquisition extends our Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) flows with native access management for infrastructure like servers, Kubernetes clusters, and databases.

Breaking Barriers: Demystifying Zero Trust with Chase Cunningham & Keeper Security

Zero trust is a powerful cybersecurity approach, but its implementation remains a challenge for many organizations. In this webinar, renowned expert Chase Cunningham demystifies the concept of zero trust and provides practical strategies to overcome the barriers to its adoption. Cunningham explores the core principles of zero trust, dispelling common misconceptions and highlighting its benefits in protecting against modern cyber threats. Drawing from real-world experiences, he'll guide you through the process of implementing robust zero-trust architectures tailored to your organization's needs.

Maximising Security: A Complete Guide to IAM Zero Trust Principles

In a security landscape that no longer tolerates assumptions of trust, IAM Zero Trust offers a stringent approach to protect your network. Discover how to apply ‘never trust, always verify’ effectively in our comprehensive look at IAM Zero Trust principles.

How Cybersecurity Firms Leverage Technology to Stay Ahead

Cybersecurity companies are leading the way in protecting the digital landscape in an era where cyber-attacks are growing more complex. The dynamic character of cyberattacks encompasses ransomware, phishing, and increasingly intricate advanced persistent threats (APTs). Because of this, these companies have to use cutting-edge technology in order to keep one step ahead of the bad guys.

ZTNA vs VPN: Decoding the Best Remote Work Security Option

While virtual private networks (VPNs) have been the go-to solution for remote access for decades, the surge in remote work during the pandemic has highlighted the cracks in its armor. Granting unrestricted access to everything stored within a corporate network can quickly become a security nightmare, especially as remote workers continue to rely on an increasing number of devices and access points.
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Why a Zero Trust Approach is Essential to Mitigate the Threat of Unsecured APIs

With the move to hybrid working, the rapid adoption of cloud, increased use of mobile and IoT devices, combined with the ongoing drive to modernise and transform IT operations, the attack surface of every organisation has - and continues to - expand. Traditional boundaries have been blurred between businesses, suppliers, partners, customers, workers, and even home-life, with this ecosystem continuing to grow. Here, APIs are providing the connective tissue for modern applications and legacy infrastructure to co-exist. However, this means that the API attack surface is also rapidly expanding.