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Enforcing Zero Trust Access with TechDigiPro SD-WAN

Enforcing Zero Trust Access with TechDigiPro SD-WAN

As applications are distributed across clouds, data centers, SaaS, and even the edge, companies need to enable secure access to these applications for their workforce from anywhere. Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) deployment is a preferred method of enabling secure access to distributed applications by a hybrid workforce and the growing number of IoT devices. …

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“The Trust Circle” promotes the inclusion of American Indians and Alaska

“The Trust Circle” promotes the inclusion of American Indians and Alaska

Indigenous populations, including people of American Indian and Alaska Native origin, are underrepresented in clinical trials. The researchers collaborated to modify the “trust triangle” model used in clinical trial recruitment and expanded it into a new model called “The Trust Circle.” This new model takes into account the various entities that are part of the …

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Difference between Zero Trust Architecture and VPN + MitM Access Rights Management in Gateway

Difference between Zero Trust Architecture and VPN + MitM Access Rights Management in Gateway

I am currently evaluating Next Generation Firewall concepts and features and was reminded of the Zero Trust network model. I find the notion of “trust nothing” very attractive in the context of network security. So I did research on zero trust solution providers and also read the appropriate NIST architecture specification. Typically, in a zero-trust …

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3 factors that can guarantee the success of Zero Trust

3 factors that can guarantee the success of Zero Trust

See all the on-demand sessions of the Smart Security Summit here. While the value and importance of Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) today can hardly be overstated, there are numerous accounts of failed attempts to achieve it, particularly in small and medium-sized businesses. Zero trust has a well-deserved reputation for being difficult both to start …

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Why IAM Identity-First Security Is Critical to Zero Trust

Why IAM Identity-First Security Is Critical to Zero Trust

See all the on-demand sessions of the Smart Security Summit here. The faster attackers can gain control over human or machine identities during a breach attempt, the easier it will be to infiltrate core business systems and take control. Attackers, cybercriminal gangs, and Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) groups all share the goal of taking control …

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Composite identity in a zero trust environment

Composite identity in a zero trust environment

in a zero trust network environment, the concept of composite identity becomes especially important when it comes to access control. One way to approach this in a Zero Trust environment is to use a composite identity model, where a user’s identity comprises multiple, interconnected, and often dynamic factors that are used to grant access. The …

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How crypto custodians can help exchanges regain public trust

How crypto custodians can help exchanges regain public trust

“Never in my career have I seen such a complete failure of corporate controls and such complete absence of reliable financial information as occurred here. Since integrity of compromised systems… to the concentration of control in the hands of a small group of inexperienced, unsophisticated and potentially compromised people, the situation is unprecedented.” Are comments …

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