The World Cup and Zero Trust

There are many different perspectives on how to best implement security policies.  We recently came across a more unique perspective in this article from Forbes, “The Ways the World Cup, Leg Day and Zero Trust Can Teach Us Lessons”.   There are two key take-aways from this article:

  • Security is best implemented incrementally, or you run the risk of over-engineering and introducing different security risks (law of unintended consequences).
  • Take the approach of consistent work on your security platform, and you’ll be happy you did.

And remember, SafeConnect Network Access Control and Software Defined Perimeter provide the Zero Trust solutions you need, with managed support services to make the work much easier.

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