Zero trust for Microsoft Exchange security
Protecting On-Premises Microsoft Exchange Servers
On March 3, 2021 the US Government issued a directive to mitigate vulnerabilities with on-premises Microsoft Exchange servers due to a hack by a state-sponsored group Microsoft calls Hafnium.
This day opened a lot of doors with respect to protecting the servers leading to Exchange and the data within it. The first thought is to use a VPN, but VPNs only limit access to the data center.
If an infected device connects to the VPN, it’s still game over. But zero-trust application access provides an extra layer to prevent both unwanted access and infection as well as prevent users for copying and downloading data.
View this white paper to learn more.
- TransientX, Inc
- Nov 18, 2021
- Apr 2, 2021
- White Paper