Our Zero-Trust Security blog series walks you through the various areas of your business you’ll want to consider using this architecture.
Technology makes the world seem small – businesses can operate internationally with the click of a button. However, the vast network that enables our new business anywhere world comes with increasing risks of cyberattacks, data theft and shadow IT.
Zero-Trust Architecture allows your organization to add layers of urgently needed protection that can verify anyone or anything – from anywhere – trying to connect to your systems.
In our blog series, we examine the six pillars of Zero-Trust Architecture needed to prevent attacks beyond your organization’s network. From multifactor authentication (MFA) that safeguards online identities to endpoint, app, data and infrastructure protection, we show you how to protect yourself from the growing threats of cyberattacks.
Read the Series:
Protect Your Microsoft 365 Digital Assets with a Zero-Trust Architecture: While we’re tech agnostic, this blog explains how a client used Microsoft 365 tools to prevent an attack by the Emotet virus and gives you a high-level overview of the six pillars of protection.
For Zero-Trust Security, Take Online Identity Personally: Cybersecurity risks have always been a concern, but ongoing tensions overseas require heightened awareness. Protection begins with securing online identities.
Zero-Trust Security for Endpoint Protection: The next frontier in Zero-Trust Architecture frameworks must include endpoint protection for all devices and organizational habitats, whether the office, a coffee shop or an employee’s home.
Include Apps in Your Zero-Trust Architecture: In addition to locking down online identities and endpoints, securing apps builds a true Zero-Trust architecture that protects the digital tools employees use, even if an online identity or endpoint is breached.
End-to-End Encryption and Its Role in Zero-Trust Architecture: Data comes in many forms, but all data needs protection — and at all times. End-to-end encryption secures your data while in storage, in transit and in use.
How Zero Trust Architecture Protects Physical IT Infrastructure, Too: The same Zero-Trust tools that protect your digital assets also protect the buildings that house them as well as the people who keep everything up and running.