'Trust but Verify’ is obsolete, supplanted by the Zero Trust concept. Chances are, you already have the hardware and the software solutions you need to implement a Zero Trust environment, so the next step is designing and architecting the proper configuration.
Using a common organization structure to examine the effects of Zero Trust, topics covered include operating safely in the current threat environment, coordinating Zero Trust efforts, network access configuration, and incremental implementation suggestions. Goring further, topics also include considerations for narrowing the choice of domain users and domain computers, reducing the attack surface for data center resources, configuring OS firewalls to improve security, and policy changes.
Pick up practical technical insights on Zero Trust for reducing the attack surface and improving security posture. Learn when to go it alone in shifting to Zero Trust, and when to call in assistance, and considerations for design, architecture, and implementation.
If your enterprise is breached or compromised, you’ll quickly learn that “There’s no such thing as bad publicity” is a falsehood. Investigate applying Zero Trust to secure your environment.