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The 0.1.2: December Edition

Posted: December 7, 2023
Data Resilience, how many tools are “too many?”, and fried chicken! It’s December, and therefore time for our contractually-obligated reflections on the past year (look for our 2024 predictions in January). But before we talk about security, I’d like to share the results of my latest experiments with The Food Lab’s fried chicken recipe. The […]
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The Zero Trust Data Resilience Architecture

Posted: December 4, 2023
Welcome back to our blog series on the new Zero Trust Data Resilience concept, which we introduced in part 1.  In today’s posting, we’ll be examining the Zero Trust Data Resilience architecture from the research whitepaper. If you haven’t read the research, it’s available here. In the document, we introduce the following reference architecture for […]
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Data Backup and Recovery: An Unexamined Part of Zero Trust

Posted: November 30, 2023
Zero Trust is a security strategy, and by necessity is broad in scope. In fact, we believe that this strategy is the lens through which you should view your entire IT infrastructure and business. The widely accepted Zero Trust Maturity Model, from the US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), defines its scope broadly – […]
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