Forrester, Perimeter-Based Security, NACs, Firewalls & VPNs Ineffective

October 27, 2016 |

“There’s an old saying in information security: “We want our network to be like an M&M, with a hard crunchy outside and a soft chewy center.” For today’s digital business, this perimeter-based security model is ineffective against malicious insiders and targeted attacks. Security and risk (S&R) pros must eliminate the soft chewy center and make security ubiquitous throughout the digital business ecosystem — not just at the perimeter.” Forrester Research, No More Chewy Centers: The Zero Trust Model of Information Security

Written for senior security, network, architect, operations, infrastructure and risk professionals, Forrester Research analyst, John Kindervag, explains in this report the vision and key concepts of the Zero Trust model including three key takeaways:

  • Perimeter-Based Network Security Models Fail To Protect Against Today’s Threats
  • Eliminate Chewy Centers With The Zero Trust Model
  • Zero Trust Is Not A One-Time Project

Download this complimentary Forrester report to learn about a new Zero-Trust model that makes security ubiquitous throughout the digital business ecosystem, and not just with a hardened perimeter.

Forrester Research, No More Chewy Centers: The Zero Trust Model of Information Security

 

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Paul Campaniello

Paul Campaniello is the Chief Marketing Officer for Cryptzone where he is responsible for worldwide marketing strategy, execution and sales support. Paul has over 25 years of experience with software startup companies.

He has held several senior marketing and sales positions including CMO/VP of Marketing at ScaleBase, Mendix, Lumigent, ComBrio and Savantis. Prior to Savantis, he was at Precise Software, where he helped build Precise from a startup to $100 million prior to going public and being acquired by VERITAS for $640 million.

Paul holds both a BS and an MBA from Bentley University.

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