Dr. Chase Cunningham, Ericom Software Chief Strategy Officer and 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 (9/25/2022): First, if you are a reader and attending CSA’s SECtember in Seattle this week, let’s meet up on Wednesday or Thursday and chat about Zero Trust! Second, there is more interesting ZT news and publications this week. I think the most significant report was the one about how Microsoft is marrying Windows11 software ZT to hardware-based controls. That’s a significant pivot for a major company. I would argue that it shows a real commitment to bringing ZT to the average consumer. Cloudflare also announced their ZT-related eSIM technology that is in that same hardware/software/mobile device side of ZT. I think we are really experiencing the broader market being led by innovators who are seeing beyond the immediate point problem and moving toward making ZT more available to everyone, which is a very good thing. Read the articles this week. There is some great information in here!
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