Every year at the bevy of conferences that dot the Information Security landscape you can always detect an inherent theme. This may be influenced by acute threats (i.e., Ransomware), a new regulatory environment (i.e., GDPR) or even just a sudden change in how we work, as we all experienced during the pandemic.
The issue Zero Trust is having today is that it is being hijacked from a conceptual framework and being packaged into a product, which it isn’t.
This year identity came to the fore, no doubt brought about by the surge in remote working in the . . .