Fight Zero Day Attacks with Zero Trust


Fundamental shifts in application usage, user behavior, and complex, convoluted network infrastructure has created a threat landscape that exposes weaknesses in legacy port-based network security.

Today, users require access to myriad applications, operating across a wide range of device types, often with insufficient regard for business or security risks. Meanwhile, cloud-first and SaaS initiatives, data center modernization and workforce mobility requirements force a rethink of how to deliver secure access to applications and data.

Solution

This rethink gave rise to a philosophy known as Zero Trust, a framework that requires multiple technologies and governance processes to successfully execute. It is an effective method of protecting users, applications, data and infrastructure against determined adversaries and an evolving, sophisticated class of advanced threats that evade traditional security mechanisms.

Best of all, previous investments in security architecture are not wasted in a Zero Trust design. They are repurposed and improved to enhance efficacy.

Adopt a Zero Trust approach across the enterprise where every user, system, service, device, and packet may only access what it is authorized to access, in the right place, at the right time.


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Brad Pierce

Structured Professional Spotlight

Brad Pierce, Managing Director of Security, CISSP/CISA/PCIP

As the Managing Director of Security for Structured, Brad leads an elite team of security and compliance professionals and ensures the Structured team is prepared to combat modern malware and advanced threats wherever they are found.

“Understanding how systems are built and how they can fail is a type of thinking that is hardwired in me and constantly drives me to learn more.”