• Staying ahead of the hackers with zero trust

    14 days ago - By Beta News

    With the decline of the traditional enterprise network perimeter, more and more organizations are turning to a zero trust approach to securing their systems. This not only reduces the attack surface, it ensures that if an attack does succeed it's much less likely to spread laterally within the network. We talked to Tim Silverline, VP of security at network automation specialist Gluware, to find out more about what implementing zero trust means. BN: Why is it important to check identity on every network request? TS: First, I would point out that 'every network request' does not need to have...
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