NIST SP 800-207: Extending Zero Trust to the SaaS Application Data Layer

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Corey O'Connor, Director of Product Marketing, DoControl

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In August of 2020, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) published NIST Special Publication 800-207. This special publication follows on the focused interest in Zero Trust initiatives, which by 2022 almost every organization has adopted to some extent. With more reliance on cloud-based and “as a Service” offerings coupled with the evolving state of remote work, this document provides sound design advice, implementation considerations, use case examples, and technology gaps for modern Zero Trust Architectures (ZTA). In this webinar, we will dive deep on the data access policy and engine components within ZTA. These logical components are foundational to modern ZTA’s, as they are dictating which identities can access which resources. Attend this session to see how DoControl’s data access controls will strengthen your organization’s zero trust strategy – moving security closer to what drives your business forward.

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