Lessons from new Zero Trust Reference Architecture by the U.S. Department of Defense and NSA
Following the endorsement of zero-trust (ZT) by the White House, the most recent work published by the DoD and NSA have extended the requirement from ZT-enabled infrastructure into security applications and Data.
A few notable data-centric requirements for a ZT architecture include securing applications using Risk-adaptive Application Access using Attribute Based Access Control (ABAC), Data Classification and tagging, as well as Dynamic Data Masking, and Encryption for data in-transit and at-rest.
Another important imperative is the need for a single consolidated platform to address application and data security requirements, instead of deploying a fragmented set of point products that deliver siloed controls and rely on coding views with high implementation and maintenance costs.
During the last seven years, SecuPi has been serving more than 100 Global 2000 organizations (including the US DoD) and provide them with Data-Centric platform capability to address the Application and workload protection pillar as well as the Data security pillar with attribute-based access control (ABAC), sensitive data classification, real-time data usage monitoring, Dynamic Masking and FPE encryption.
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