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Zero Trust Solutions

Zero Trust security is a strategy, not a solution. The Zero Trust approach to security is governed by 2 key principles:  

1) Never trust
2) Always verify 

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Why Your Company Shouldn't Delay Adopting Multi-Factor Authentication

Multi-factor authentication (MFA) protects sensitive data by requiring 2 or morefactors to grant access. These factors typically include something you know, something you have, or something you are.  

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Top 5 Security Benefits of Multi-factor Authentication

Using passwords and PINs for access control has long been a source of humor, from George Costanza on Seinfeld choosing BOSCO as his ATM PIN to jokes about setting 1234 or ABCD as passwords.

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What Is Zero Trust Security?

Fighting the sophisticated threats in today’s risk landscape requires more than just security tools. To defend against both external and internal risks, your company must develop a cybersecurity strategy. A security strategy helps to shape the way your security solutions work together, creating a more comprehensive approach to preventing risk.

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