Why Zero-Trust Needs to be Implemented at that Data or File Level
Most enterprises have accepted the importance of implementing a Zero-Trust approach to protecting their digital assets, but many are still focused on protecting the networks, systems, and resources on which their data resides instead of the data itself. This can result in gaps where those resources are protected, but the more valuable data is not. It can also lead to more restrictions for members of the organization in their day-to-day work, which can then result in lower compliance with data security policies. Organizations must take a data-centric approach to security, designing their security at the level of the data or file, to make sure that those policies can be implemented and enforced as effectively as possible.
Join NextLabs and Guest Expert Emre Koksal of Anchor as we present “Why Zero-Trust Needs to be Implemented at that Data or File Level.”
In this webinar we will cover:
- Why it is important to extend Zero-Trust principles down to the data or file level instead of only at higher levels.
- The importance of taking a data-centric approach, and designing data security policies to protect important data, instead of just the systems and resources where the data is kept.
- The difference between granting access and granting ownership to sensitive data.
- Examples of how these approaches can be implemented with NextLabs solutions.
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