NIST's guidance for a Zero Trust Architecture

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A 3-step plan to ensure critical data protection and compliance

With governments tightening restrictions and increasing fines for failing to ensure data integrity, fortifying data has never been more critical. Attacks against sensitive consumer and employee data are at an all-time high from both internal and external threats. Fortunately, a robust approach towards data protection can help enterprises secure their data to avoid legal trouble and reputation damage.

Read this e-book to learn how you can formulate an action plan to keep critical data safe from internal and external threats, and ensure compliance to regulatory guidelines like HIPAA, NIST, and the GDPR to steer clear of hefty fines.

In this guide, you’ll learn about:

  • Implementing a Zero Trust policy and the principle of least privilege.
  • Tackling excess privileges and monitoring privilege creep.
  • Doubling up on security with MFA.
  • Leveraging user behavior analytics (UBA) to spot data breaches.
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