Zero Day Attack Explained

Despite the precautions you've taken to protect your network and sensitive data, you're still at risk of a zero-day attack. But what exactly is it? A zero-day vulnerability refers to an...

Zero-Trust Access Explained

Zero-Trust Access (ZTA) is a security model that works on the principle where no user or device is allowed to access a service or data until they are proven to be trusted. This approach aims to...

Zero-Trust for Cloud Explained

A robust cybersecurity architecture is a must in these data- and technology-driven times. One way of ensuring that is by deploying a  zero-trust architecture  where trust is never...

Zero-Trust for Insider Threats Explained

The  zero-trust approach  works because it takes a “never trust, always verify” stance, where an organisation considers everyone and everything as a potential threat. Thus,...

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