sponsored by IBM
Posted:  20 Feb 2014
Published:  30 Sep 2013
Format:  PDF
Length:  7  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English

Security built around a network’s perimeter is no longer an effective approach: With cybercriminals leveraging malicious insider powers to infiltrate your systems, how do you know you can really trust those within your organization’s walls?

In this Forrester Research, Inc. report, explore a zero trust model based on 3 main concepts:

  1. All resources are securely accessed regardless of location
  2. Strict least-privilege access control is mandatory
  3. All network traffic is inspected and logged

Read on to learn how the intrusion prevention system (IPS) supports this concept thanks to its visibility and alerting capabilities, offering organizations clear insight into traffic and data so they can better protect against and prevent data breaches.

Access Control | Cybersecurity | Information Security | Intrusion Prevention | Intrusion Prevention Systems | Network Security | Network Traffic Management | Risk Management | Security | Security Architectures | Security Infrastructure | Security Management | Security Managers | Security Policies | Security Systems | Security Threats

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