Do we really need to be cautious about every link we click?


With the advancement of technology, hackers are finding increasingly creative ways to carry out cyber attacks. Times have changed - and it's worth acknowledging. For example, when we click on a link sent to us, we immediately check if it looks suspicious to us - unconsciously employing a strategy of limited trust.

Zero Trust natomiast działa pod założeniem „nigdy nie ufaj, zawsze sprawdzaj”. Powinniśmy traktować każdego użytkownika, urządzenie lub aplikację próbujące uzyskać dostęp do sieci jako potencjalnie złośliwe, dopóki nie udowodnią swojej niewinności.

What arethe main principles of the Zero Trust strategy?

Educate your employees!

Frequent training and education in security are extremely important. They also contribute to increasing security awareness within the organization.

Trust no one!

The "Zero Trust" approach assumes that every device and connection on the network poses a potential threat and must be authorized. By adopting this approach, we treat every user, device, or application trying to access the network as potentially dangerous.

Control access grants!

The Zero Trust IBM approach emphasizes granting the minimum level of access required for users, devices, and applications to perform their specific tasks. Strictly limiting permissions significantly enhances the security of resources in our company.

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