Friday, March 25, 2022

BrandPost: All that Glitters is not Gold. Turning Zero Trust into Reality

In technology, the new shiny thing is almost always more exciting than whatever you're currently doing. In fact, in programming, there's even an acronym for "not invented here syndrome" (NIHS), which is the tendency to assume that if you didn't develop it, the solution can't be any good. Close cousins are "let's reinvent the wheel" syndrome, which involves redoing something that works fine, and shiny object syndrome, which is doing something just because it seems cool.

In cybersecurity, there's a bit of NIHS going around among some vendors that are convinced that we all need to start over to implement zero-trust network access (ZTNA). They suggest that you throw away your existing architecture and implement their shiny new thing.

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Thanks to Brand Post (see source)

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