By 2021, cybercrime will cost the world $6 trillion annually—and the most common threats are internal attacks from malicious insiders. IT is now responsible for managing a larger attack surface than ever, thanks to end users relying on personal devices for work, and accessing cloud apps and corporate resources from remote locations. Without any doubt, it is coming true that cloud is going to take it’s position to extend to make the current network secure.
Newer technologies like, Robotic Process Automation (RPA) to replace human resources at workplace. It is a form of clerical process automation technology based on the notion of software robots or Artificial Intelligence (AI) workers. Simply, the robot clicks in various applications, software, browser, etc. like a human being would do.
In our live world, if we say someone that we don’t trust you, he may be angry and argument can start but in computer world, we openly say that we don’t trust anyone and by considering zero-trust-model, we have to implement technology to achieve trust from inside or outside the network. Zero Trust is a strategic cybersecurity model designed to protect modern digital business environments, which increasingly include public and private clouds, SaaS applications, DevOps, robotic process automation (RPA). Expert says, RPA is an important piece of the intelligent automation journey, most organizations eventually discover that bots can often be quite fragile and need constant and costly maintenance .
Zero Trust is a concept and many technologies work together to achieve Zero Trust. Zero Trust Privilege requires granting least privilege access based on verifying who is requesting access, the context of the request, and the risk of the access environment. It says that only authenticated and authorized users and devices can access enterprise network, applications and data. The objective of Zero Trust is to mitigate the risk of cyber-attacks in the modernized environments in which most organizations operate.
Zero Trust is a strategic cybersecurity model designed to protect modern digital business environments, which increasingly include public and private clouds, SaaS applications, DevOps, robotic process automation (RPA) and more. Zero Trust is centered on the belief that organizations should not automatically trust anything, whether it’s outside or inside its network perimeter. It is model on demand that anyone and everything trying to connect to an organization’s systems must first be verified before access is granted.
There are several features are involved in Zero-Trust deployment like MDM, SSO,CASB, MFA, Next Generation Firewall ,Network access control, Understand Access Needs, PAM/ PIM, Risk management analytics and Regular Audit.