Achieving a Zero Trust Data Access Security Model with DoControl

From DoControl

Zero Trust has become the industry standard approach for enabling the business in today’s fluctuating working environment that mitigates the risk of cyber attacks. The vast majority of organizations have adopted this approach, and have executed on their Zero Trust strategies of “never trust, always verify.”

The initial components within a Zero Trust Architecture were focused on micro segmentation and micro perimeters. Overtime, as the “traditional” perimeter dissolved, “identity” has become the new perimeter.

Organizations turned to identity providers (IDP) to enforce least privilege via permissions and entitlements based on each identity’s role and responsibilities. Next, they provided access to users and identities in a secure way through a Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) solution, brokering a secure access pathway from any device, from any location.

Modern organizations need to incorporate a new critical guiding principle that goes beyond the identity, network, and device levels to achieve a more comprehensive Zero Trust strategy.


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