Kaseya, Colonial Pipeline And Other High-profile Attacks Would Have Been Prevented With Zero Trust Security, Expert Weighs In

By   ISBuzz Team
Writer , Information Security Buzz | Jul 08, 2021 03:28 am PST


Zero Trust Security means always connecting users and devices to applications, and never to the network. As a result, threats cannot spread laterally to infect other devices and applications. Because a business’ applications and users are invisible from the internet. If there is no attack surface to exploit you can’t attack what you can’t see. Expert weighs in below if these recent attacks can be prevented if Zero Trust Security model was adopted.