As cyber risk continues to increase, organizations need to resort to new frameworks, architectures, and technologies to stay safe and secure. Enterprises’ attack surfaces are getting wider and attackers are leveraging the lack of cloud-based security to find new ways in networks.
Phishing, social engineering, and account-based exploits continue to rise, forcing organizations to look to a more resilient option. One of these frameworks is the Zero Trust Network Architecture (Zero TrustNA), colloquially referred to as Zero Trust. This is a new security architecture which is continuing to see increased adoption among enterprises. According to a recent report by Illumio, 90% of respondents say advancing a Zero Trust strategy is one of their top three priorities.
However, a Zero Trust transformation can be difficult and security leaders need to find new technologies that can help improve the transition and also ensure that they’re achieving Zero Trust effectively.
In this article, we’ll show you how XDR can fit within a Zero Trust architecture framework.
What is Zero Trust?
Zero Trust is a relatively new framework that has been developed in response to increasing cloud-based risks and attacks. It is an architecture built on the principle that no environment is secure and