Zero Trust

mattermost

Barracuda CloudGen Access + Mattermost deliver Zero Trust security for messaging, devices, and access

Barracuda CloudGen Access, the new standard for Zero Trust remote access, and Mattermost, a messaging platform designed for enterprises with high privacy and security needs, have partnered to deliver the most rigorous remote access security for enterprise messaging. In this post we’ll look at how one next-generation investment service firm relies on the CloudGen Access and Mattermost solution to protect customer assets, personal information and corporate intellectual property.

netskope

What You Missed at Aiming for Zero

In case you missed it, Netskope’s recent Aiming for Zero event was focused around how Zero Trust is more than just access controls and passwords—it’s a security concept that applies to all aspects of your network, your data, the applications you use, and the way you interact with them. If you missed the event and want to hear more about our deep dives int Zero Trust, there’s no need to worry!

ivanti

Mobile Devices are Ubiquitous, and so are Cyberattacks

We all like to enjoy untethered freedom, as is shown by the incredible growth of mobile devices we use every day for business and personal activities. We use mobile devices for buying products and services, and banking and investing. We download apps that allow us to connect with our favorite businesses and socially interact with friends and relatives.

pentaho

Using Identity Management To Make Zero-Trust Security a Reality

Large-scale, sophisticated attacks like the SolarWinds cyber intrusion and the Microsoft Exchange Server hack are disturbing, to say the least. These are more than just bad headlines; they reflect fundamental, systemic problems with the security postures in most enterprises. One underreported issue is the continued adherence of organizations to principles that maintain strong perimeter controls to prevent things outside from coming in.

splunk

Splunk and Zscaler Utilize Data and Zero Trust to Eradicate Threats

The past year has challenged us in unimaginable ways. We kept our distance for the greater good, while companies faced the daunting task of transforming their workforce from in-person to remote — practically overnight. This presented a unique challenge for cybersecurity teams. How would they ensure employees retained access to critical data in a secure way? Working in the cloud has made remote work easier for many organizations, but has also presented new risks.

lookout

The Zero Trust lesson behind mobile phishing against Australian officials

Australia recently confirmed that a series of mobile phishing attacks were successfully executed on senior officials. According to The Sydney Morning Herald, the targets – which included Australia’s finance minister, health minister and ambassador to the U.S. – were sent messages asking them to validate new WhatsApp or Telegram accounts.

alienvault

The difference between SASE and Zero Trust

Customers often ask me: What is the difference between Zero Trust and SASE? My answer is almost always the same: Nothing….and, everything. Both have taken the industry by storm over the last couple of years, and even more so with the security and access demands on the business driven by the existing remote workforce, but both have different implementation approaches. It is important to understand, however, that one does not fully provide the other; in fact, they reinforce each other.

wandera

Mobile Threat Defense (MTD), Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) & Extended Detection & Response (XDR)

Gartner recently released the latest version of the Market Guide for Mobile Threat Defense (MTD), which has a significant update to MTD’s definition and splits the technology into distinct categories. Vendors have been broken down into three groups: all-round MTD, network-focused MTD and bundled MTD offerings with EPP, UES or UEM. Wandera is the only vendor to feature in both the all-round and network-focused MTD lists.

Governing API Management and Connectivity

As organizations adopt an API-first approach, there are many connectivity patterns to consider, and the developer experience needs to be excellent to promote adoption. It can be challenging to enforce API governance while enabling developers to build applications. This session recording covers how an organization can empower developers to use Kong securely, enable access control to the Kong API and Manager, enforce authentication/authorization in applications, and implement a zero-trust security model.