Networking & Communications

Zero Trust Networks: Building Secure Systems in Untrusted Networks

Provided by Akamai

Category Networking & Communications

Type E-Book

Length 34

Publish Date October 06 2017

Date posted October 24 2017

Overview

The traditional architecture perimeter model of network security protects sensitive items by building lines of defenses that an intruder must penetrate before gaining access. Unfortunately, this approach is fundamentally flawed in the context of computer networks and no longer suffices. This book extract provides an introduction to the concept of Zero Trust Network security, its benefits over traditional perimeter security, and how hackers may try to attack such a network.

Recommended for You

dan2

US ‘hacking back’ law could create a cyber wild west of vigilantism

Dan Swinhoe casts a critical eye on the future

kathryn-cave

A c-suite guide to blockchain 2018

Kathryn Cave looks at the big trends in global tech

Most Recent Comments

Our Case Studies

IDG Connect delivers full creative solutions to meet all your demand generatlon needs. These cover the full scope of options, from customized content and lead delivery through to fully integrated campaigns.

images

Our Marketing Research

Our in-house analyst and editorial team create a range of insights for the global marketing community. These look at IT buying preferences, the latest soclal media trends and other zeitgeist topics.

images

Poll

If it were legal, would your organization hack back?