Accelerating Zero Trust in Government
Organizations used to approach cybersecurity by building a hardened perimeter, layering security tools like moats and walls around a castle. This concept made sense when cyber threats only emerged from outside and our assets lived on-premises.
Today’s new landscape – the cloud, mobile devices and “anywhere, anytime” access – does not conform to traditional security principals. Instead, it opens up the attack surface, “de-perimeterizing” organizations by allowing data and workloads live, operate and be accessed outside traditional walls.
Agencies must adapt to de-perimeterization while at the same time protecting government data amid budget constraints and serving their mission with greater velocity.
Download your copy of Accelerating Zero Trust in Government to learn:
- Why our old security ways are becoming less effective against de-perimeterization
- How the zero trust model, with data as the foundation, can help manage risk and better protect your resources
- How the Splunk Data-to-Everything platform can help drive confidence in your security initiatives