Zero Trust

Modernizing Government Cybersecurity with Zero Trust

Lookout CEO, Jim Dolce delivered a keynote address at the recent CyberTalks conference. In a time of disruption and uncertainty, cyberattacks have been on the rise and an Executive Order was issued requiring agencies to have a plan for Zero Trust. Learn how agencies can get started on this journey, securing apps, data, and resources, regardless of where they reside. This on-demand video recap provides guidance on how to stay ahead of the complex threat landscape posed by nation-states and other adversaries.


With the emergence of remote work, IT leaders have had to react quickly, many decide to simply buy more VPNs. Now years later, 77% of companies will make hybrid work a permanent fixture. They’re looking for better alternatives for application connectivity. The new reality is that user experience is key to productivity. Ransomware has grown 500% year over year, and VPNs are one of the largest culprits because they allow network access.


Database Security in a Zero Trust Architecture

It is no secret that many organizations can do better with their security programs. Zero Trust allows for an evolution of an organization's strategy. It also forces organizations to rethink their approach to securing data to meet the requirements of data privacy regulations and expectations from their customers and business partners. Risk-minded organizations take the Zero Trust mindset and adopt it as best they can to fit their current and future state infrastructure.

Zero Trust Integrations Are Expanding in the CrowdStrike Partner Ecosystem

Organizations need to stay ahead of the ever-evolving security landscape. It’s no secret that Zero Trust security is crucial for successful endpoint protection. Due to the rapid transition to a remote workforce and shift from the traditional data center into dynamic cloud infrastructure we’ve witnessed in the last year, more and more companies are finding the need to accelerate their digital transformation to keep pace with the expanding threat surface.

Cybersecurity: What to Expect in 2022

As the pandemic continues, organizations around the world are working hard to adapt to the “new normal.” This article highlights the key trends that we will face in 2022 and beyond. Ransomware attacks more than doubled in 2021 compared to 2020, with healthcare and utilities the most commonly targeted sectors. Moreover, attacks are getting more expensive, with the average ransomware payment leaping from US$312,000 in 2020 to $570,000 in 2021.

Endpoint Enigma | Let's Get Real About Zero Trust: How To Assess Your Security Posture

While most of us understand Zero Trust conceptually, the path to Zero Trust is a complex and constantly evolving journey. In this episode, host Hank Schless is joined by Andy Olpin, Solutions Engineer at Lookout to scale back all the marketing noise surrounding the term and discuss how organizations can pragmatically get started with Zero Trust.

Behind the Buzzword: Four Ways to Assess Your Zero Trust Security Posture

With just about everything delivered from the cloud these days, employees can now collaborate and access what they need from anywhere and on any device. While this newfound flexibility has changed the way we think about productivity, it has also created new cybersecurity challenges for organizations. Historically, enterprise data was stored inside data centers and guarded by perimeter-based security tools.

Redefining Challenges for Zero Trust in the Federal Space

President Biden’s Executive Order 14028 to improve the nation’s cybersecurity and protect federal government networks, was released more than half a year ago. At the time, one of the most exciting aspects about it was the multiple uses of the term “zero trust,” as Netskope discussed in a blog at the time. However, it’s clear that federal agencies are still working out the specifics of how to actually approach implementing zero trust.