The digital world is now perimeter-less and the practice of cybersecurity is rapidly shifting from centralized, to decentralized policy controls. Thus far, zero trust security initiatives have focused primarily on enforcing policies pertaining to identities, devices, networks, and apps. But what about the data itself? Simply stated, data is everyone's most valuable resource and it's constantly on the move; being downloaded, shared, copied, and modified here, there, and everywhere. You can’t afford to lock it down, and you can't afford to lose control of it.
What You’ll Learn:
- The importance of Zero Trust Data Access (ZTDA)
- Benefits of adding policy controls that are capable of following sensitive data regardless of where it goes or how it is used