Cisco took its first major step toward realizing its secure cloud vision in April with the debut of a new extended detection and response platform. The next set of enhancements around generative AI, secure access and defending applications across multiple clouds debuted Tuesday at Cisco Live 2023.
Flipkart embraced a comprehensive security maturity program that incorporated defense-in-depth, automation, zero trust and secure SDLC/security-by-design principles across its four subsidiaries. Flipkart's Raakesh Thayyil discussed the importance of a cohesive strategy.
Technology and software-as-a-service, or SaaS, companies ship code at scale. Beyond Identity offers ways for them to solve the problems of phishable authentication factors, bring-your-own devices or BYOD, device security posture, zero trust risk policy enforcement, and user identity.
With data distributed across multiple clouds serving an increasingly remote workforce, can existing data protection programs truly be successful? Most data protection solutions have been built on a foundation of legacy technologies and operations that only drive up complexity and costs.
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The adoption of zero trust has accelerated as work locations become more fluid and flexible. But this change has also brought about an increase in cyberattacks. Business owners are looking for a blueprint to ensure a consistent experience while also protecting crown jewel applications.
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Identity is more important than ever in today's "work from anywhere" world where the need for secure authentication has become paramount. Zero Trust Authentication complements security investments in EDRs, EPPs, SIEMs and existing SSOs and delivers a passwordless experience that drives productivity.
The successful implementation of a zero trust strategy requires a comprehensive vision that combines simplicity, visibility and practicality. By taking a phased approach and aligning it with a unified goal and vision, organizations can establish a robust foundation for zero trust adoption.
Network segmentation and microsegmentation are ways to contain cyberattacks and prevent lateral spreading. Within the cloud, network segmentation ties into zero trust. Yet the diversity of information systems with different levels of criticality poses a challenge to implementing zero trust.
Organizations looking to adopt zero trust architectures are increasing pursuing service mesh rather than microsegmentation due to new innovations, said Ballistic Ventures General Partner Barmak Meftah. Microsegmentation excels at limiting the attack surface but comes with major overhead expense.
Continued reliance on legacy VPNs hinders remote work performance and fails to provide users or organizations with zero trust security protection, said Netskope's Sanjay Beri. Companies often start by augmenting their VPNs to enable zero trust network access before moving to full replacement.
While the concept of zero trust has been around for years and has been adopted by the federal government, most small- and medium-sized businesses still don't know how to implement zero trust, said Chase Cunningham. But progress is being made - with a big focus on automation.
CISOs have gone from complaining that they don't get enough time and attention from the board of directors to presenting to the board every quarter, said Zscaler CEO Jay Chaudhry. Conversations with CIOs or boards tend to focus on what architectural changes can be made to reduce business risk.