‘Trust nothing’: As breaches mount, a radical approach to cybersecurity gains favor

‘Trust nothing’: As breaches mount, a radical approach to cybersecurity gains favor

Posted February 23, 2020
‘Trust nothing’: As breaches mount, a radical approach to cybersecurity gains favor

  • Four years ago, Lexmark International Inc. was hit with a stubborn computer virus that tied up some members of its cybersecurity team for months.
  • The Kwampirs malware had ‘run rampant’
  • Lexmark had people working in offices, out of their homes and at coffee shops around the world.
  • New devices were constantly being added to the network, sometimes without the knowledge of the information technology organization.
  • Clamping down on employees wasn’t an option, since competition for skills and the pace of a global business demanded a malleable IT infrastructure that adapted to the way people wanted to use it.

    siliconAngle – Paul Gillin | February 23, 2020