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The Foundational Pillars of Zero Trust Strategy

The Foundational Pillars of Zero Trust Strategy Device Security 1. Device security assumes that once access is granted data flows through different devices creating a massive attack surface area. Workload Security Applications and APIS provide the interface through which data is accessed security should be lightened around each of these application and APIS to prevent data collection and unauthorized access. 2. Network Security Networks should be segmented (microsegment), real-time threat protection, end-to-end encryption monitoring, and analytics should be employed to restrict access by unauthorized people or devices. 3. Infrastructure Security 4. Infrastructure that includes all hardware, software, micro-services, networking infrastructure, faculties, etc., represent a critical threat vector. Data Security Data should be safe-guarded whether it is within the organization, or is in transit or downloaded. It should be classified, categorized using labeling, and encrypted to prevent unauthorized access. Process Security 6. All security processes that are involved in access control, segmentation, encryption, and data organization has to be closely monitored. FOXPASS 5.

The Foundational Pillars of Zero Trust Strategy

shared by foxpass on May 26
Zero Trust instructs us to never trust anything and to always double-check everything. As a result, all accessible data points, such as user identification, device health, data classification, and ano...



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