More Trusted, Less Trusted And The Path To Peace Of Mind

By Adam Stern | Mission Critical

It’s time for an enlightened cyber security policy.

The principle of Least Privilege… promotes minimal user profile privileges on computers, based on users’ job necessities. Each system component or process should have the least authority necessary to perform its duties. This helps reduce the attack vector of the computer by eliminating unnecessary privileges that can result in network exploits and computer compromises.

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A Zero Trust architecture abolishes the idea of a trusted network inside a defined corporate perimeter. Zero Trust mandates the creation of micro-perimeters of control around an enterprise’s sensitive data assets and provides visibility into how it uses data across its ecosystem to win, serve, and retain customers.

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