Collaboration is a great thing isn't it?
We all know Zero Trust is the new norm.
The term, along with the model it defines, went from relative obscurity to having “household-name” status (well, if the people in your household work in cyber security, that is) in the span of a few years. And that’s because it truly has changed security as we know it.
Do VPNs make you more or less secure?
This is a question many companies found themselves asking in 2019.
VPNs have been a cornerstone of secure networking for the last 20+ year. They provide employees and third parties with secure remote access to corporate networks and services. However, as technology evolves, most VPNs lack the ability to enforce the narrow, granular permissions that enterprises require.
Think of the last time you logged into your network. Let’s assume that you used a traditional VPN, with a traditional IAM scheme underneath. This isn’t a bad assumption, because 25% of all internet traffic goes over a VPN.