As more emphasis is placed on Zero Trust Architecture throughout government agencies and private companies, we're seeing more discussions on Zero Trust approaches that are practical, cost effective, and proactive on preventing breaches and intrusions. The move toward Zero Trust…
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In its latest policy paper, Evolver describes an innovative method for meeting the latest increase in regulatory requirements by building in policy enforcement through existing tools and applications.
In today’s interconnected digital landscape, decision makers face an ever-increasing risk of data theft and security breaches. Safeguarding valuable data has become a paramount concern for organizations of all sizes.
Traditional network and device security are clearly not working for schools. This year alone, over 22 school districts and over 499 schools have been shut down and/or had sensitive student data stolen and shared by cyber criminals. Evolver has a better approach.
More federal agencies have enacted cybersecurity standards for entities operating within their jurisdictions. Compliance within new guidance keeps organizations from significant liabilities in the event of cyber breaches.
A data aware cybersecurity approach makes data protection an inherent element of the data creation and management itself, not based on the network infrastructure. So how does it work and what does it cost to evolve the security paradigm?
The rules indicate a new normal for public companies, private equity firms, and fund managers. This will require more disclosure detail in reference to their cybersecurity posture. It also means tighter time frames in which to acknowledge and address cybersecurity incidents.