Cybersecurity landscape has changed considerably in recent times. It used to revolve around building a hardened perimeter, and then layering security tools like moats and walls around a castle. This concept made sense when cyberthreats only emerged from outside, and assets lived on premises.
With the challenges around today's cloud, remote workforces, and mobile devices, the landscape fails to conform to traditional security strategies. Instead, it opens up the attack surface by allowing data and workloads to live, operate and be accessed outside traditional means. This is a scenario where adopting a zero trust security strategy comes into play.
Check out this guide to know more about:
- Key driving forces that necessitate a zero trust strategy
- What is entailed in this strategy entails
- How to implemented the zero trust strategy