Can We Achieve Zero Trust?
When the pandemic hit and it became essential to shift to a remote workforce, companies around the world tried their best to keep the lights on
In the era of Bring Your Own Device and distributed virtual teams, remote access to sensitive network resources is quickly emerging as the biggest internal cybersecurity threat.
Federal contractors are held to extremely high information security standards. With the recent introduction of new “Basic Safeguarding” standards for contractor information systems, many firms will find their contracts with the federal government terminated unless they can verify compliance.
Customers are getting more sophisticated every day. If you are handling or transporting their private or sensitive information such as payment information, personal information, payroll information, documents, intellectual property, health care information or any type of sensitive data, they want assurances that you can be trusted. If your business cannot credibly respond to information security questionnaires, you will lose business to your competitors that can.
Most of today’s information security breaches follow clear patterns, yet organizations simply aren’t prepared to detect or deflect them. Indeed, it often takes months or even years for a target enterprise to learn of a breach, long after the damage is done.
Enterprises have long relied on major carriers to maintain and optimize data networks spanning long distances. These traditional Wide Area Networks (WANs) have met most needs in the past, but are not ideal for today’s cloud-driven SaaS software landscape.
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