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tripwire

5 Long-term Benefits of Adopting Zero Trust Architecture

For the past several years we’ve all been sold the benefits of moving to Zero Trust, and it’s worked. We’re sold. But what now? At this point, companies have decided to embark on a long and committed journey – Zero Trust (ZT) isn’t built in a day. Keeping a clear eye on the finish line is necessary to maintain enthusiasm and buy-in as ZT architecture is put into place, divisions are shuffled around, and resources are fortified.

Keeper Connection Manager Adds New, Next-Gen Features for Zero-Trust Network Access

Keeper Security, the leading provider of zero-trust and zero-knowledge cybersecurity software protecting passwords, secrets and connections, today announced the latest update to its Keeper Connection Manager (KCM), which provides DevOps and IT teams with instant access to RDP, SSH, database and Kubernetes endpoints through a web browser- no VPN required.
Corelight

Corelight for the everywhere cloud

Editor's note: This is the first in five-part series authored by Ed Amoroso, founder and CEO of TAG Cyber, which will focuses on how the Corelight platform reduces network security risks to the so-called Everywhere Cloud (EC). Such security protection addresses threats to devices and assets on any type of network, including both perimeter and zero-trust based.

device authority

Does Your Organization Meet the 9 Core Capabilities Essential for Zero Trust in IoT?

Every one of your IoT devices has their own machine identity. But how are these identities the key to achieving Zero Trust IoT project? Today’s PKI (Public Key Infrastructure) vendors have specific solutions for managing non-human identities – machines – like servers, laptops, software applications, API’s and other assets found within a corporate network.

nightfall

Understanding the basics of Cloud Security: What is Zero Trust & Why does it Matter?

Cybersecurity professionals are tasked with the difficult job of protecting their organization's data from malicious actors. To achieve this goal, zero trust security has become an essential tool for organizations. But what exactly is zero trust? In this post, we’re going to separate signal and noise by disambiguating the term zero trust. We’ll talk about what it is, why it matters, and key takeaways you should have regarding the state of cybersecurity in 2023.

netskope

Myth Busting: Why Moving From VPN to ZTNA Doesn't Have to be a Heavy Lift

Over the last few years many organizations have already introduced a zero trust network access (ZTNA) solution, and are seeing the benefits from it. But many others have been put off by the work needed to transition to a zero trust-based access model and the associated technical integration work.

archTIS

Make Zero Trust Data Access Your New Year's Resolution

As you look back on the state of cybersecurity in 2022 and set your security priorities for 2023, Zero Trust Data Access should top your New Year’s Resolutions list. Zero trust was probably the most talked about security trend last year and for good reason – it is clear no matter how much we layer our defenses hackers, malicious insiders and simple negligence are impossible to eradicate.

netskope

3 Key Use Cases Along the SASE & Zero Trust Journey

In the first part of this blog series, I took a look at how an understanding of digital strategy and digital risk is key to starting a security transformation journey. And in the second, I dug further into how a secure access service edge (SASE) architecture with security service edge (SSE) capabilities and zero trust principles can help mitigate the types of digital risk. In this final part, I will outline a few key use cases to show all of these elements in action.

Arctic Wolf

Challenge Accepted: An Appointment with Dr. Zero Trust

Challenge Accepted is a podcast from Arctic Wolf that has informative and insightful discussions around the real-world challenges organizations face on their security journey. Hosted by Arctic Wolf’s VP of Strategy Ian McShane and Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) Adam Marrè, the duo draw upon their years of security operations experience to share their thoughts and opinions on issues facing today’s security leaders.