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Caute_cautim
Community Champion

You have procrastinated enough - now get on with it - Zero Trust Security 2022

Hi All

 

Given the title message, this is the year for getting on your Zero Trust Security Journeys, just think as though you are already breached and compromised - now get on with it and tackle it.

 

https://www.darkreading.com/risk/2022-the-year-zero-trust-becomes-mainstream

 

Regards

 

Caute_Cautim

6 Replies
Pridgen
Newcomer I

I love darkreading.com!!!  I totally agree that Businesses should require two-factor authentication (2FA) wherever it's supported, preferably using a time-based one-time password (TOTP) code or a hardware-based FIDO2 key. I just read on YubiKey the other day (The YubiKey 5C is the #1 security key that works with more online services and applications than any other security key. Usernames and passwords are not enough to protect your accounts. Using a security key as a form of two-factor authentication is a simple and proven method for locking down your accounts and keeping them secure.) I find it to be interesting technology however, many companies kill the USB ports that would prevent this technology. I use my authenticator on many websites, but it is becoming tedious because I have to scroll and hunt for the correct TOTP. 

 

Pridgen

Caute_cautim
Community Champion

Looks like that page has been taken down unfortunately.

Regards

Caute_Cautim
jbuitron
Newcomer III

Hi Caute C.

@Caute_cautim 

There is a 't' missing in Procrastinated . .    My spell check is always 'auto On,' cannot turn it off!

 

Thanks,

 

Dr. J.

Beads
Advocate I

IAM without a doubt is our biggest problem we will face for the next two or so years. Its time to fix these issues now that we have the tools to do so.

 

- B/Eads

Caute_cautim
Community Champion

Corrected thank you for the observation
AppDefects
Community Champion

If you are an (ISC)2 Member you have FREE access to Professional Development Institute (PDI) courses. One of my favorites that I can recommend is called “Preparing for a Zero Trust Initiative”.

 

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