Enterprise Security Weekly | Zero Trust Data Security
September 25, 2020
Enterprise Security Weekly | Zero Trust Data Security is a very popular security architecture that is being adopted by many organizations. In this webcast, Paul Asadoorian of Security Weekly and SecureCircle walk through how SecureCircle implements a zero-trust solution. A zero-trust solution requires the owner of the data to always be in control at all times. The owner is in control of all of the networks, devices, users, and data.
Source code is one of the most fluid and valuable pieces of data that organizations need to protect and maintain control. With SecureCircle, keeping source code protected is now possible with Zero Trust Data Security. The owner of the source code will have control at all times and enables the developer to do their job without giving up control over their data.
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