Centraleyes has added another key risk framework to its extensive framework library – the NIST SP 800-207 Zero Trust Architecture.
In recent years, Zero Trust has become mainstream – more corporate executives are increasingly implementing the architecture, as the critical need to protect an organization’s systems and data constantly grows, and attacks become more sophisticated.
The Zero Trust security concept focuses on the notion that organizations shouldn’t give immediate trust to any internal or external source, and must always examine and uphold anything that is requesting access to its systems.
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Zero Trust shifts cyber security from reactive, static defense to proactive user, and asset focused prevention. With cyber attacks on a sharp rise in the COVID-19 era, remote users and cloud-based assets are at greater risk, Zero Trust is certainly a welcomed approach. Centraleyes sees the Zero Trust Architecture as a crucial addition to the platform’s framework coverage, supporting tens of other standards and frameworks to ensure cyber resilience and compliance.