Cybersecurity Assessment and the Zero Trust Model

By Ed Moyle ___________ Over the past few years, the concept of “zero trust” architecture has gone through a number of evolutionary phases. It’s gone from being the hot new fad, to being trite (in large part due to a deluge of marketing from those looking to cash in on the trend), to passé, and now has ultimately settled into what it probably should have always been all along: a solid, workmanlike security option with discrete, observable advantages and disadvantages that can be folded into our organization’s security approach. Zero…

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Cyber Insurance in Nigeria, an untapped diamond in the rough

Cyber Insurance in Nigeria, an untapped diamond in the rough

Cyber security challenge across the globe is being fought with various measures to sail ahead of its dangers or at least cushion its effects when it strikes organizations. This move has led to cyber insurance which in Nigeria still remains fertile and untapped. BusinessMerticsNG reports. The Africa’s largest economy has over the years counted losses to the incidence of cyber attacks which have continued to affect businesses and corporate organizations of both private and public statuses in diverse ways. Observers have attributed this to various factors ranging from technical to…

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