The Origins of Zero Trust If you keep pace with cybersecurity trends, you have undoubtedly heard the term “zero trust” with increasing frequency in recent years. The term, first coined by Forrester analyst John Kindervag in 2010, and popularized by Palo Alto Networks in years since, refers to a
OVERVIEW America’s critical infrastructure includes 16 diverse though often interconnected sectors: energy, water and wastewater, transportation, dams, communications, chemical, commercial facilities, critical manufacturing, the defense industrial base, emergency services, food and agriculture, government facilities, healthcare and public health, information technology, financial services, and nuclear reactors,
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America’s Critical Infrastructure In The Crosshairs Whitepaper While critical infrastructure faces vulnerabilities that expand far beyond the cyber sphere, including technical failure and natural disaster, in recent years cyber threats have grown from “potential”and “future” problems to imminent concerns. In 2018, for example, one security
Considering A Zero Trust Architecture Whitepaper If you keep pace with cybersecurity trends, you have undoubtedly heard the term “zero trust” with increasing frequency in recent years. The term, first coined by then-Forrester analyst John Kindervag nearly two decades ago and popularized by Palo Alto
Acronis SCS CEO John Zanni spoke with Federal News Network’s John Gilroy about supply chain risk management in the US public sector. On the Federal Tech Talk podcast they covered topics from cybersecurity and zero trust to earthquakes in California and crypto-jacking. LISTEN NOW!