Zero trust in the remote working era
Publication date: July 2020
Today’s enterprises are challenged by an environment composed of more users, devices and network connections than ever before.
Zero trust is a security model based on the principle of “trust nothing, verify everything”. As the attack surface expands, security professionals must rethink the concept of identity and expand their zero trust initiatives to include all devices to provide maximum visibility, leading to improved enhanced security and operational control. Print manufacturers and ISV partners need to ensure that their products can adapt to the zero trust model. It enables the enforcement of policy-based controls, visibility into user and device activity and delivers the insight that permits better threat detection and response.
Quocirca’s Executive Briefing provides an introduction to the zero trust concept, its key principles and implications for operating a secure print infrastructure.