What’s The Latest Thinking About Security?
Two Words: Zero Trust
With cyberattacks on the rise, no organization can afford to be careless about its security. But cloud architecture makes old ways of keeping systems and data safe obsolete.
In a distributed network, there’s no single “castle” to defend. Instead, a new strategy — known as “zero trust” — is the best approach to keeping everything that matters locked down tight — and malicious actors locked out.
A zero trust security strategy calls for not only technology that automates authentication and authorization tasks, but also a shift in thinking and organization-wide cultural changes. In the new ebook from The New Stack, we offer a high-level overview and explore what it takes to implement a zero trust approach in an organization.
- What zero trust is.
- Why the old “castle and moat” approach doesn’t work on the cloud.
- What authentication and authorization mean in a zero trust environment.
- How cultural changes support a zero trust strategy.
- The role automation plays in ensuring security.
Thank you to our exclusive ebook sponsor:
The New Stack is a wholly owned subsidiary of Insight Partners, an investor in the following companies mentioned in this article: Torq.