The Threat Within: The Case for Zero Trust Access Control
While organizations invest considerably into security controls to protect networks and systems from outsiders, these perimeter defenses are not enough to keep all the bad guys out. Threats are not only external; in fact, the most dangerous ones can be the privileged insiders who have access to an organization’s critical systems.
This resource explores the risks associated with privileged insiders and why the least privilege approach is no longer enough. In addition, uncover how Zero Trust access control extends beyond the least-privilege concept and the eight (8) key capabilities that ensure adequate protection.