Zero trust is a strategic framework every company can strive to implement that will strengthen security. The basics of zero trust are foundational and vital to the continued defense of your digital estate. A crucial part of a successful cybersecurity strategy is determining where to place your organization’s focus. A good starting place is defining [...]
Jammin’ with James Recapped: Zero Trust with Microsoft Services, Data Protection and Threat Intelligence
This continues our series about implementing Zero Trust with Microsoft Services. If you missed our post about device trust and security, you can check it out here. This guide will show you how to use sensitivity labels and threat intelligence to protect your Microsoft environment from cyber-attacks. Labels: Sensitivity labels are an essential aspect of
These days, the Zero Trust security framework touches almost every corner of the enterprise. However, one component that serves as an especially crucial piece of zero trust is identity management. Knowing who is accessing the network and what devices they use is ground zero for system and data protection. Unfortunately, many organizations continue to rely
This continues our series about implementing Zero Trust with Microsoft Services. If you missed our previous post about identity and access management, check it out here. In this guide, we will share tips to help you ensure the safety of your company’s devices. 1. One way to mitigate risk is by implementing Microsoft’s Global Administrator
Most organizations today rely on a distributed workforce and services in the Cloud. At the same time, attackers have ramped up security threats. The result: Companies have made Zero Trust projects a priority. One big question many companies are wondering about is how to make the transformation to zero trust. Small, defined steps are best.
Embracing a Zero Trust security model within your organization can help your company decrease the chances of a potential breach. In this guide, we will share several steps your company can take to implement a Zero Trust approach to security. 1. The first step to setting up a Zero Trust model is to ensure you
Plow Networks hosted it’s 2nd annual Cut the $hIT live podcast event this fall, with an excellent panelist lineup including Fortinet’s VP of Engineering, Clearwater’s Chief Risk Officer, Insentra’s CIO/CISO, CRC Group’s Cyber Insurance Specialist, Plow Networks’ Director of Technical Development, and one of Jamf’s Apple Security Specialists. Bryan Link, Plow Networks’ Chief Operating Officer