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by Menlo Security
Authored on: Jun 30, 2021
Online threats are on the rise, with 86% of organizations having a successful cyberattack landed on them by the start of 2021.
Legacy detect-and-remediate approaches have long been the cybersecurity standard, but savvy threat actors easily poke holes in that strategy and attack rates continue to grow. Flawed approaches coupled with legacy technology is turning into quite the nightmare for security departments, especially during a time where the COVID-19 pandemic has increased cloud adoption rates, drastically expanding the attack service for organizations.
Protecting against modern security threats is a top priority for businesses, and existing solution just aren't cutting it. To beat the odds presented by today's threat landscape, organizations are looking to isolation-powered security solutions to provide an alternative strategy to current, failing architectures. This technology separates the network from the Internet, assuming all traffic is inherently bad—hence the moniker, "Zero Trust."
This recently published SDx Central Industry Guide, "Zero Trust and the Power of Isolation for Enterprise Online Threat Prevention," examines the following key areas that have led to a paradigm shift in network security:
Download your free copy of this industry guide to discover how you can take an isolation-powered Zero Trust approach to security that protects productivity and accelerates the business.