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As businesses increasingly rely on technology to carry out their operations, cyber security becomes more critical than ever before. The number of cyber attacks on businesses continues to rise, and cybercriminals are becoming more sophisticated in their methods. As such, it is essential for business owners to take a proactive approach to cybersecurity to safeguard their business, clients, and reputation.

One cybersecurity approach that has gained attention recently is Zero Trust. This security model operates under the principle of "never trust, always verify." Zero Trust takes the traditional approach of securing the perimeter and flips it on its head. Instead, it assumes that everything, including users and devices, is untrustworthy until it is verified and authenticated.

This model requires a significant shift in the way businesses approach cybersecurity. Rather than relying on firewalls and other perimeter security measures, Zero Trust focuses on securing every asset and verifying every user.

The goal of Zero Trust is to prevent lateral movement, which is when a cybercriminal gains access to a system and can move laterally to other parts of the network. By enforcing strict access controls and verifying every user, Zero Trust ensures that cybercriminals cannot move freely through a network even if they gain access to one area.

While implementing a Zero Trust approach can seem daunting, businesses can simplify the process by leveraging solutions such as AppGuard. AppGuard provides an additional layer of security by isolating applications and preventing malicious code from executing on a device. This approach significantly reduces the attack surface, making it more challenging for cybercriminals to gain access to a network.

Furthermore, AppGuard's approach to cybersecurity simplifies the process of implementing a Zero Trust model. Rather than requiring businesses to manually configure access controls and verify every user, AppGuard handles these tasks automatically.

In conclusion, Zero Trust is a powerful approach to cybersecurity that businesses should consider implementing. By assuming that everything is untrustworthy until verified, businesses can significantly reduce their attack surface and prevent lateral movement. AppGuard's technology simplifies the process of implementing Zero Trust while providing an additional layer of security. If you're a business owner looking to improve your cybersecurity, talk with us about how AppGuard can help.

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