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Dr. Chase Cunningham, a leading cybersecurity expert and originator of Forrester’s ZTX Zero Trust Extended Framework, shares the latest cybersecurity and Zero Trust news that executives need to know.

 

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Weekly Summary (6/14/2021): According to some new research, the Zero Trust Security Market is estimated to reach USD 60.25 billion by 2027 and is valued at roughly USD 19.6 billion in 2020. This market has an amazing growth rate as well and is anticipated to grow at more than 17.4% over the forecast period 2021-2027. That growth rate is statistically larger than the cybersecurity market at roughly 10% over the same timeframe. Why is this significant? It’s the first time that we have had actual metrics that show Zero Trust is taking over a significant portion of the market and is set to eclipse that growth curve. This is a good thing as we need valid and quantifiable data points to help drive market adoption in the US and push the strategy as it grows internationally. All of the ransomware attacks and the Biden EO are only helping to accelerate Zero Trust’s meteoric adoption and growth.

Cyber News and Zero Trust Podcast (6/16/2021): Some finer points on a recent ZT market publication, a rant on the issues that continue to plague organizations, and my thoughts on how SMBs should face this threat. Click here to listen on Spotify. Click here to listen on iTunes.

YouTube Conversation: Blockchain, Cyber and Zero Trust (6/11/2021): Listen to Dr. Chase Cunningham’s (aka Dr. Zero Trust) conversation Heather Dahl and Ken Ebert from Indicio.tech as they discuss the blockchain – what it is and how it’s being used and will be used in the future. And does this apply to Zero Trust? Click here to watch on YouTube.

This Week’s Posts

Zero Trust is the Only Way: President Biden’s Executive Order Simplified

President Biden calls upon agencies to remove barriers to sharing threat information, deploy multi-factor authentication and encryption, and move toward Zero Trust security systems.

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Will New Executive Order on Cybersecurity Fast Track Zero Trust?

A key aspect of the executive order requires agencies to move toward “secure” cloud services in a way that enables them to prevent, detect, assess, and remediate cyber incidents.

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ON2IT introduces an industry first: Zero Trust As A Service

ON2IT, the global managed security services company and Zero Trust innovator, announces an industry first: Zero Trust as a Managed Service.

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Leveraging Partner Expertise to Build a Zero-Trust Strategy

Considering the ever-expanding nature of enterprise networks, partners must help their customers evolve their strategies to stay ahead of cybercriminals.

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Better together: Zero trust and SASE

Two of the best approaches currently available are zero trust and secure access service edge (SASE), but many organisations mistakenly believe they are mutually exclusive.

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4 Deployment Models for a Zero-Trust Architecture

The National Institute of Standards and Technology publishes a guide to zero-trust architecture that offers some deployment models as use cases.

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Three steps for establishing a path to zero trust

One step the author recommends is building a zero trust framework from the ground up rather than reorganizing an existing network.

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Zero Trust, a core component of any modern security strategy

With 80% of all breaches the result of compromised identities, Zero Trust architecture must be adopted or organizations will find themselves exposed.

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Removing the fear, uncertainty, and doubt around zero trust security

Despite all zero trust security’s momentum at the federal government level, it has been notorious for baffling and worrying some federal IT staff.

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