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The concept of access and how business information is consumed across the enterprise environment is evolving fast. With the proliferation of cloud computing, complexity of devices and dynamic workloads, and the integration of the operation environments, the perception around information security while ensuring seamless access must also reciprocate. The progressive digital threat landscape has compelled a tectonic shift in cyber defense. We are witnessing the mainstreaming of never trust, always verify, also referred to as a Zero Trust approach built on eliminating implicit trust and privileges from the access equation to limit malicious intents. However, with more and more data residing beyond institutional boundaries, complete visibility of the networked assets and the transient end-user pool is critical to ensuring a Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA).To read this article in full, please click here

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The concept of access and how business information is consumed across the enterprise environment is evolving fast. With the proliferation of cloud computing, complexity of devices and dynamic workloads, and the integration of the operation environments, the perception around information security while ensuring seamless access must also reciprocate. 

The progressive digital threat landscape has compelled a tectonic shift in cyber defense. We are witnessing the mainstreaming of never trust, always verify, also referred to as a Zero Trust approach built on eliminating implicit trust and privileges from the access equation to limit malicious intents. However, with more and more data residing beyond institutional boundaries, complete visibility of the networked assets and the transient end-user pool is critical to ensuring a Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA).

To read this article in full, please click here

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