Firewalls, you’re fired. In the traditional data center, the network provided a secure organizational boundary. The network was carved up into zones, and trusts were established within and between zones and largely involved monitoring traffic and enforcing controls where the zones met. But in the cloud, this approach is less effective and, in some cases, irrelevant. Attackers seek access to people and non-people identities, then pivot between resources, discovering credentials and other identities, then greater access to your critical data.