On this episode of Life of a CISO, I define Zero Trust. Zero Trust is a popular buzzword in cybersecurity, but I go beyond the buzz and explain what it really means: Zero trust is a mindset and architecture of independence. This is a subject that I have covered before, and this time, I go into more detail about what it means to implement a zero trust. There are four ways to deploy zero trust: Server, application, user, data. At its most basic level, zero trust means that a server lets only specific other servers/users/applications access readable data, and/or accept writable data. Many of the major data breaches we saw on the news in the past year could have been defeated before they even happened had these organizations implemented zero trust architecture. Watch this video to see how zero trust can benefit your organization and why it has little to no downsides.
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0:58 Even if you believe you are world class today, you have to keep working hard
3:20 Secondary benefit
3:53 My first 1 star review
5:16 Can you define Zero Trust?
7:43 Zero trust is a mindset and architecture of independence
8:15: Server, application, user, data
9:50 Least privilege
11:28 If one server is compromised, how much damage will be done to other servers?
13:53 How we isolated each store
15:23 Those who don’t learn the lessons from the past are doomed to repeat it
16:14 It doesn’t hurt the business
17:00 Why you need zero trust
18:35 If we want to prevent attacks, great…
19:15 Core principles
21:11 Application level
22:06 Client access
24:06 The worst reason
26:36 It’s all about controlling access
27:24 Wrap up
About Dr Eric Cole
Eric Cole, PhD, is an industry-recognized security expert with over 20 years of hands-on experience in consulting, training, and public speaking. As the founder and CEO of Secure Anchor Consulting, Dr. Cole focuses on helping customers prevent security breaches, detect network intrusions, and respond to advanced threats. In addition, he is a sought-after expert witness and a 2014 inductee to the InfoSecurity Hall of Fame.
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--------------------------------By: Dr Eric Cole
Title: Zero trust is a mindset and architecture of independence
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