Independent research conducted by Dr. Mike McGuire, Senior Lecturer in Criminology at the University of Surrey, and sponsored by HP Inc. found a 100% rise in ‘significant’ nation state incidents between 2017-2020. Analysis of over 200 cybersecurity incidents associated with nation state activity since 2009 also shows the enterprise is now the most common target (35%), followed by cyberdefense (25%), media and communications (14%), government bodies and regulators (12%), and critical infrastructure (10%).
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Zero Trust, a core component of any modern security strategy
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In the spirit of building a solid foundation, Zero Trust security has once again come into the forefront. Whie the concept of Zero Trust is not new, the reality is that not enough organizations have adopted those in IT and security, the concept of identity-centric protection isn’t anything new.