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Database Security in a Zero Trust Architecture

Today’s digital business ecosystem is void of a traditional perimeter and cybersecurity professionals have far less control over networks, applications, devices, and people. This void will continue as organizations continue to adopt multi-cloud infrastructure, remain a remote workforce, and implement technology to meet the distributed demands of the business. Organizations must shift to a data-centric Zero Trust approach which will allow them to transform their security programs to match changes required for operating today and in the future.

With the focus on data and understanding where it lives and who and what is accessing it, it is clear database security is a critical piece to a Zero Trust Architecture. It is essential to have the necessary insights to the risk of data in databases, have visibility to know when malicious activity is happening, and the detailed information to constantly validate that user access is limited to meet the needs of the business.

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Database Security in a Zero Trust Architecture
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Publisher:Trustwave Government Solutions
Published:June 15, 2021
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