CYBERSECURITY FIELD GUIDE #6.0

Zero Trust Guiding
Principles

 

We are in the midst of a massive paradigm shift in security deployment – one that goes beyond defense-in-depth. Gain an understanding of how to explain Zero Trust frameworks to your peers and strategies for using it in your organization.

 

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The Topics and Summaries

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Zero Trust vs. SASE

 

Unsure how Zero Trust compares to secure access service edge (SASE) and Zero Trust Network Architecture (ZTNA)? Explore the field guide to learn:

 

  • Differences and commonalities between Zero Trust and SASE
  • How to use identity-based access control to protect your network from edge to cloud in  real-time

 

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Tenets of Zero Trust

 

Learn more about Optiv’s four principles of Zero Trust and how to use them to create your tactical deployment.

 

  • Create a dynamic micro-perimeter
  • Establish an identity context for all egress and ingress traffic
  • Establish enhanced security
  • Continuous review of identity and secure connection

 

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The Zero Trust Journey

 

Dive in deeper. This guide outlines what your implementation of Zero Trust would look like across multiple security domains, including:

 

  • How to align Zero Trust with program management
  • Ways Zero Trust can reduce your operational risk
  • Expert Zero Trust strategies on data protection and governance
  • How Zero Trust applies to cloud security and IoT devices

 

Take a Look Inside

 

Begin your Zero Trust expedition by learning how organizations like yours are deploying it across multiple security domains. In a Zero Trust environment, your security teams must “assume breach” and believe any entity (user or device) is a potential threat actor. Crack it open and learn more.

 

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September 16, 2021

We are in the midst of a massive paradigm shift in security deployment – one that goes beyond defense-in-depth. Zero Trust builds on the concepts of “don’t trust anyone” (least privilege), “divide and conquer” (network segmentation) and “who-are-you-where-are-you-and-what-are-you-accessing” (risk-based) access.

 

And your new perimeter? It’s Identity. And it can strengthen network, application and data protection.

 

Dive deep into this and more. Optiv’s Field Guide #6: Zero Trust Guiding Principles includes:

 

  • An introduction to Zero Trust
  • Optiv’s core Zero Trust principles
  • How to visualize your Zero Trust journey

 

You’ll come away with an understanding of how to explain Zero Trust frameworks to your peers and strategies for using it in your organization.

Optiv Field Guide Library

 

Designed with you in mind – with easily searchable content – these field guides will become a “go-to” reference for all your cybersecurity strategies and tactics. Each one is topic-specific and based on years of “been-there-done-that” research. Like what? From change management to getting ahead of ransomware to surviving an attack, implementing SASE or Zero Trust, it’s all here – with more to come!