Since the dawn of the digital era, enterprises are realizing the importance of accessing more data. Sharing data between enterprises can be risky if there is no proper security in place. Is secure data collaboration with Zero Trust architecture the answer to address this problem?
As organizations are contemplating the idea of Zero Trust, it’s much more necessary now with the pandemic forcing more ‘work from home’ options. With no clear indication that the pandemic will end anytime soon, it is time for organizations to invest in Zero Trust.
In today’s collaborative world, data is constantly on the move, traveling outside firewalls and organizational boundaries.
A collaborative approach is needed to provide the most secure environment that can be least penetrated by hackers.
The shift towards cloud storage has paved the way for more vulnerabilities and exposure risks. Cyber breaches and data cyber-attacks have increased the need for security measures. Moreover, new governmental and industrial norms have forced companies to think of data security.
Learn more about how SECUDE can help you to provide a Zero Trust security solution for data extracted from SAP environment.
As the world fitfully rebounds from the recent Covid-19 pandemic, both our personal and professional lives will be altered. Today’s security approach must shift from unconditional confidence in users to zero trust fundamentals. Zero Trust along with Multi-factor Authentication, has become the new normal.
The crown Jewels, part of the Royal Collection, are the most powerful symbols of the British Monarchy. They are most valued and given tightened security protection to prevent from being stolen.
Similarly, Mission-critical, intellectual property is an organization’s ‘crown jewels’ and would cause major business impact if compromised.
Read more on how to protect your SAP crown jewels with a Zero Trust approach.
Zero Trust is the new Buzz word in the cyber security arena. Ever since, Forrester Analyst, Kindervag introduced the term Zero Trust, traditional security measures have become obsolete.
Learn more about the five guiding principles to consider before implementing a Zero Trust Architecture.