Zero trust emerged as a response to the conventional castle-and-moat approach model that emphasized defending the perimeter while assuming that everything inside behind the perimeter didn’t pose a threat. This is one of the reasons we’ve seen many data security breaches over the years. Threat actors, upon sneaking past traditional defences have been able to move undetected through internal systems laterally with ease.
Emerging technologies such as Cloud computing and Big Data, IoT, Robotics, 5G/Mobile Internet have opened unimaginable possibilities as also unforeseen internal and external threats. There is, therefore, a reasonable apprehension about the traditional perimeter-based security architecture and its efficacy to provide reliable security to enterprises.
The zero-trust security architecture is rapidly gaining currency as a reliable network security paradigm. Based on zero default trust for people, devices, or applications, it establishes a dynamic digital identity-based perimeter. It helps enterprises implement a new generation network security architecture that encompasses dynamic and granular access control, risk measurement, and management automation.
Join us at the Security Exchange 2022. Take a deep dive into Zero-trust security architecture and many other cutting-edge security and networking technologies and learn innovative ways to strengthen your security posture and network performance.
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