In this edition of our newsletter, we’re highlighting the good that comes from cybersecurity, especially from the proactive approach of zero trust. We’re thankful for cybersecurity, both when it works and when it’s being worked on. Less thankful for the malware and threat actors out there, but with the right cyber security plan in place, it doesn’t matter what those bad actors think: you’ll be ready.
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Idenhaus is Thankful for Cybersecurity, And Zero Trust
Paving the Road to Zero Trust With Adaptive Authentication via DarkReading.net
By definition, one of the core principles of a zero-trust architecture is “Trust no one and verify everything.” Why is it so difficult to implement, though? Let’s start with adaptive authentication.
Report: Zero-Trust Architecture is Expected to Increase Cybersecurity Efficacy By 144% via VentureBeat
144%. Easy to see why ZTA is the next big thing: incorporating zero-trust principles into modern data security ensures that there is no one point of failure when systems are breached.
Essential Preparations for the Holiday Season Attack Surge via BankInfoSecurity
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report features an analysis of how organizations can reduce their cybersecurity risk, especially over holidays and weekends, when attackers are most likely to strike.
Making the Case for Centralized IAM Management Control via GovInfoSecurity
The implementation of centralized access management requires an agile approach and understanding of the technical landscape- because consumers and needs differ, as will integrations.
5 Must-Have Cyber Security Policies for Your Organization via Idenhaus
It only takes one misinformed employee to click a suspicious link, or download an infected file, for the organization to suffer a breach. See what policies you should have in place to help prevent and mitigate a security breach.
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