Zero Trust Architecture
WHAT IS ZERO TRUST?
The term “Zero Trust Architecture” means a security model, a set of system design principles, and a coordinated cybersecurity and system management strategy based on an acknowledgment that threats exist both inside and outside traditional network boundaries.
The Zero Trust security model eliminates implicit trust in any one element, node, or service and instead requires continuous verification of the operational picture via real-time information from multiple sources to determine access and other system responses.
In essence, a Zero Trust Architecture allows users full access but only to the bare minimum they need to perform their jobs.
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Privileged Access Management (PAM) for SMBs
In this episode, we explore PAM (Privileged Access Management) for SMBs (Small to Medium Businesses). Our guests discuss what PAM is, its capabilities and limitations, and whether every SMB should have a PAM solution. Learn about the benefits of PAM, how it fits into overall cybersecurity solutions, and the challenges faced in implementation, user adoption, and resistance to change. We share actionable steps that businesses can take right now to implement PAM.
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