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Keeper Streamlines Auditing and Session Recording for Modern Zero-Trust Security

Keeper Connection Manager (KCM) provides teams with instant remote access capabilities via a secure session, directly from a web browser. Gartner identifies several core Privileged Access Management (PAM) capabilities including monitoring and auditing, as well as privilege elevation and delegation. KCM provides Privileged Account Session Management (PASM) with support for RDP and SSH desktop protocols, database connections and session recording.


Zero Trust Architecture

Redefining Cybersecurity Perimeters Traditional security models that rely on a defined perimeter are proving to be inadequate in protecting sensitive data and systems. The increasing sophistication of cyber threats demands a more proactive and robust approach. Enter Zero Trust Architecture (ZTA), a paradigm shift in cybersecurity that challenges the conventional notion of trust within network boundaries.

What is Lookout Secure Private Access? A ZTNA Solution

Lookout Secure Private Access is a data-centric zero trust network access (ZTNA) that provides seamless connections to private apps – whether they reside on-premises or in the cloud – all while strengthening your data security posture. Watch this video to learn why you need ZTNA, how Lookout Secure Private Access works, and how it can protect your data no matter where it goes.

Zero Trust and (Why It Isn't Always About) Identity

What is the relationship between zero trust and user identity? There’s no doubt that identity is a fundamental component of an effective zero trust approach, but there is also a danger that organisations become so overly focused on this one element, they forget there are others. To believe that achieving zero trust is all about user identity is, I believe, a fundamental misunderstanding of the concept.


5 Reasons to Implement Zero Trust & 5 Steps to Get You Started

The zero trust security approach has gained traction for its effectiveness in improving organizations’ resilience against emerging cyber threats. In this article, we outline five up-to-date statistical facts which make the case for zero trust. You will also learn five simple steps to start implementing zero trust architecture without major investments.


What's in Store for 2024: Predictions About Zero Trust, AI, and Beyond

With 2024 on the horizon, we have once again reached out to our deep bench of experts here at Netskope to ask them to do their best crystal ball gazing and give us a heads up on the trends and themes that they expect to see emerging in the new year. We’ve broken their predictions out into four categories: AI, Geopolitics, Corporate Governance, and Skills. Here’s what our experts think is in store for 2024.


Embracing Zero Trust: Revolutionizing Cloud Technology Adoption

As technology continues to advance, cloud computing has become an integral part of our digital landscape. While the benefits of cloud technologies are undeniable, concerns about data security and privacy have often overshadowed and slowed down its adoption. However, a new paradigm shift called “Zero Trust” is poised to revolutionize the way we perceive and embrace cloud technologies.


ZTNAs Address Requirements VPNs Cannot. Here's Why.

‍ When organizations were forced to shift to remote work during the pandemic, they needed a quick-fix solution that would enable their remote employees to securely access work resources. For many, this solution came in the form of VPNs. However, VPNs were not designed for the bring your own device (BYOD) and cloud app security use cases. While VPNs can provide remote access, it may come as a surprise that they fall short when it comes to security.


How to Apply Zero Trust Architecture (ZTA) In the Real World

How well do you sleep at night? Odds are you would sleep better if you could wake up to Zero Trust Architecture (ZTA). A true ZTA network makes incident response wake-up calls far less likely by shutting down data breaches, ransomware threats or any kind of unauthorised network access. It would also save your organisation at least £500,000 over a four-year period, making your security efforts much easier to advocate for. That’s the dream anyway.