back to article Zero trust is more than just vendors and products – it requires process

Zero-trust architectures have become a focus for enterprises trying to figure out how to secure an IT environment where data and applications are increasingly distributed outside of the traditional perimeter defenses of central datacenters. With the attack surface expanding and cyberthreats growing in number and complexity, …

  1. Anonymous Coward
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    Very dell centric, not very soultion oriented

    And like most articles about "Zero-Trust" any details on how that would be implemented are entirely absent. The supplier side of the market has just added zero trust to the list of buzzwords. They all want to keep selling the same stuff to the same people, but now with the new buzzword. They can not be bothered to work together to make any of these solutions interoperable, or even clear the lower bar of readily integratable.

    This buzzword that is theoretically to address a problem that came out of a two year old crisis. So most of the people these marketroids are targeting for these services already had to deliver a working system over a year ago. So it would help if there was a little more thought into how customers were going to build this stuff out and make it work together with what they already have.

    Arm waving and repeatedly saying how zero trust is complicated doesn't provide us with any useful details, like why we should give these vendors our money.

  2. Anonymous Coward
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    "it requires process"?

    This is as opposed to other security paradigms that don't require processes?

    Unfortunately, the headline describes the article perfectly.

    Apple Dell has this great new thingie and if it doesn't work it's your fault for holding processing it wrong.

  3. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    Obligatory flashback

    "if you wanted it secure why did you plug in the network?"

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