Cloud Pak for Security, IBM’s tool for combating cybersecurity risks through multi-cloud and hybrid ecosystems, is getting new zero confidence capabilities. The features, according to IBM, are designed to help consumers take a zero-trust approach to security by implementing the concepts of least privilege access, which include never trusting, always verifying, and assuming violation.
The new IBM Security zero trust blueprints, which are built around standard zero trust use cases, are one of the standout features. The four new blueprints are intended to act as a roadmap for preserving consumer privacy, securing hybrid and distributed workforces, reducing the possibility of insider attacks, and safeguarding hybrid cloud ecosystems.
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