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Remove the Zero Trust onboard headache with this new domain discovery tool

In this new world of hybrid work where users, data, and applications are everywhere, there has been an increased reliance on web-based applications and for good reason. Web apps allow greater accessibility, flexibility, and scalability of resources for users requiring access from anywhere. While web applications are great, IT teams oftentimes encounter onboarding issues, specifically around discovering unidentified domains, and easily defining new policies for those discovered resources.

How MSPs can overcome zero-trust barriers

Zero-trust cybersecurity strategies stimulate digital transformation of businesses. As this approach reduces threat risks appreciably, companies have more incentives to make changes to their systems or invest in new technologies. 59% of organizations take this view, according to the Watchguard Pulse Maturity of Zero-Trust in 2022 survey conducted with IT leaders from businesses across the world.

Six Steps to Achieve Zero Trust in Application Security

The continuing escalation in cyberattacks on large corporations, coupled with an acceleration of digital transformation, has forced organizations to reassess their security strategies and infrastructure. This escalation has driven growth in the adoption of zero-trust application security and compliance. The zero-trust approach means that no devices or software should be trusted by default, even if they have permissions and previous verification.

Zero-trust for cloud-native workloads - part 2: Mitigating future Log4j incidents

In my previous blog, I introduced the brief history of zero trust, the core pillars of a zero-trust model, and how to build a zero-trust model for cloud-native workloads. In this blog, you will learn how Calico can help mitigate vulnerabilities such as the recent zero-day Log4j vulnerability with its zero-trust workload security approach.

Zero Trust-Separating the Hype From Reality

If it wasn’t clear already, the RSA 2022 Conference highlighted that zero trust is the conversation every technology vendor wants to have and somehow associate with their products. This week at InfoSec 2022 we are seeing exactly the same. But how should an organisation weed through the hype to understand true value? Zero trust is certainly not a new concept.

How to Ensure a Smooth Transition from Legacy VPN to Zero Trust Network Access

Behind tremendous interest in zero trust security and its crucial role in the SASE journey, many practitioners choose zero trust network access (ZTNA) as their first step toward transformation. If you are planning a ZTNA project, here are some ideas and tips that can increase your odds of success and provide a smooth transition from legacy remote access VPNs to ZTNA.

Securing cloud workloads in 5 easy steps

As organizations transition from monolithic services in traditional data centers to microservices architecture in a public cloud, security becomes a bottleneck and causes delays in achieving business goals. Traditional security paradigms based on perimeter-driven firewalls do not scale for communication between workloads within the cluster and 3rd-party APIs outside the cluster.

A System Integrator's Guide to Delivering Zero Trust Data Security with Rubrik

The volume and frequency of ransomware attacks have increased significantly this past year. In fact, the number of ransomware attacks has nearly doubled in 2021 as compared to 2020. The impact of a breach is multi-fold and stretches well beyond the commonly acknowledged risks of downtime cost, impact on the brand, and the actual ransom paid. This has prompted a paradigm shift in how organizations and system integrators look at their cybersecurity strategy.

Is VPN or Zero Trust Access Best for Remote Working Security?

The pandemic changed the way people work, and many companies have been fast to adapt to this shift in work culture by encouraging and promoting remote and hybrid work. Zero Trust Network Access or ZTNA is gaining popularity as a secure alternative to corporate VPN-based access to the internal application and network services.

Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) - Cloud Security Solutions from Lookout

Lookout ZTNA is a cloud-native security solution that addresses the challenges of the modern-day remote workforce by granting access only to specific applications rather than an entire network. This limits lateral movement when a threat occurs and allows for secure collaboration across teams.