Empower your users to work more securely anywhere and anytime, on any device.
Vasu Jakkal, Corporate Vice President, Microsoft Security, Compliance, and Identity, shares how the U.S. Executive Order on Cybersecurity delivers valuable guidance to make the world safer for all.
Today’s organizations need a new security model that more effectively adapts to the complexity of the modern environment, embraces the mobile workforce, and protects people, devices, apps, and data wherever they’re located.
Instead of assuming everything behind the corporate firewall is safe, the Zero Trust model assumes breach and verifies each request as though it originates from an open network. Regardless of where the request originates or what resource it accesses, Zero Trust teaches us to “never trust, always verify.” Every access request is fully authenticated, authorized, and encrypted before granting access. Microsegmentation and least privileged access principles are applied to minimize lateral movement. Rich intelligence and analytics are utilized to detect and respond to anomalies in real time.
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Verify and secure each identity with strong authentication across your entire digital estate.
Move from perimeter-based data protection to data-driven protection. Use intelligence to classify and label data. Encrypt and restrict access based on organizational policies.
Use telemetry to detect attacks and anomalies, automatically block and flag risky behavior, and employ least privilege access principles.
Ensure devices and users aren’t trusted just because they’re on an internal network. Encrypt all internal communications, limit access by policy, and employ microsegmentation and real-time threat detection.
A simplified diagram of Zero Trust security with a security policy enforcement engine at its core providing real-time policy evaluation. The engine delivers protection by analyzing signals and applying organization policy and threat intelligence. It ensures identities are verified and authenticated, and devices are safe, before granting access to data, apps, infrastructure, and networks. In addition, visibility and analytics, along with automation, are applied continuously and comprehensively.
Guidance on deploying, integrating and developing Zero Trust solutions across identities, endpoints, data, applications, networks, and infrastructure.
- Igor Tsyganskiy, Chief Technology Officer, Bridgewater
Alex Simons, Corporate Vice President for Identity Security at Microsoft, and Steve Turner, analyst at Forrester Research, discuss the adoption of Zero Trust and offer practical advice for organizations to get started.
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