Zero Trust

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Examples of Conditional Access Policies

Explore conditional access policies through common use cases and examples. Use these examples as guidelines for creating your own conditional access policies.

BEST PRACTICES

6 Unexpected Roadblocks Organizations Face with Zero Trust

It seems like everyone is singing the praises of Zero Trust security — even United States President Joe Biden. Last year, the president signed an executive order aimed at migrating the federal government to a Zero Trust Architecture (ZTA).

MODERN IT

What Is Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA)?

ZTNA refers to the technology necessary for implementing a Zero Trust security model. Sometimes called “zero trust network architecture,” Zero Trust models always assume that...

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Why Assess Your Zero Trust Maturity?

Learn why assessing your Zero Trust maturity is essential to planning and executing a successful Zero Trust implementation.

SECURITY

What Is Lateral Movement?

Lateral movement is an advanced persistent threat that is particularly dangerous for its ability to target the organization’s crown jewels. Learn how it works, how to detect it, and how to prevent it with Zero Trust.

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What Is Microsegmentation? 

Microsegmentation is a security practice that involves dividing a data center or cloud environment into smaller segments. This article will dive into...