With a federal mandate to implement Zero Trust principles at all government agencies by September 2024, this new cybersecurity paradigm has crossed over from a buzzword into a major paradigm shift. But Zero Trust principles would seem to be at odds with the need for and ability to conduct effective internal investigations.
Fortunately, there are viable solutions. Digital forensic capabilities such as remote device analysis and incident remediation can be integrated into a zero trust network--provided organizations IT teams take certain, well-defined approaches.
Download this whitepaper to learn:
- What Zero Trust architecture is and its implications for network security
- Why organizations are embracing Zero Trust architecture as their new cybersecurity paradigm
- What technology capabilities IT teams need to be able to conduct forensic investigations in Zero Trust environments
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