The recent Kaseya supply chain ransomware attack serves as the latest reminder that even the most widely trusted tools and partners in an IT environment can quickly become vulnerabilities. The only way to mitigate this risk is to build controls based on zero trust principles such as access control, traffic inspection, and identity-based microsegmentation. As we continue to see an escalation in both supply chain and ransomware attacks, zero trust is the most effective way to reduce business risk - from every attack - unlike traditional network security approaches that leave the front door open to threats from trusted sources.
Join Zscaler CISO Deepen Desai as he breaks down the Kaseya attack. Attend this webinar to learn:
Chief Information Security Officer & VP Security Research
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