How to Extend Zero Trust to Server Workloads

Protect Against Tomorrow’s Zero-Day Attacks Today

Zero-day attacks have become a cause for great concern as unpatched systems are increasingly targeted by cybercriminals due to their high level of vulnerability. Remote Code Execution is one of the most common attack vectors used as existing cybersecurity tools have not been able to adequately guard against it.

Servers and their web applications are major breach targets. So do something about it.


Protecting Server Workloads is a Unique Challenge

Modern workloads for most organizations typically comprise hundreds of systems executing across multiple cloud and on-premises environments — including virtual machines and containers. Protecting dynamic and complex environments is increasingly critical as advanced attacks target these crown jewels.

Most server workloads today allow too much implicit trust. And Zero Trust can be applied to more than networks and infrastructure. It can and should, be applied to server workloads as well.

In our eBook, you’ll learn how to implement a Zero Trust cybersecurity paradigm to:

  • Stop known and unknown attacks
  • Protect servers (even unpatched and legacy ones)
  • Reduce dwell time to zero
  • Lower false positives
  • Increase workload performance
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