December 29, 2016

Zero Trust Security Practices


The "Zero Trust" security strategy assumes that internal networks cannot be trusted, and new approaches to protecting applications are needed. Hackers now target  individual employees, business partners, and suppliers to breach the most sensitive enterprise applications. Many enterprises rely on outdated perimeter-based defenses but do nothing to isolate sensitive applications once hackers are inside. Today's reality is that your enterprise applications are only as safe as your least secure partner or employee.

This Forrester Technology Adoption Profile explores Zero Trust security practices that counter increasingly sophisticated attacks.  Continue reading...


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