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For the last thirty years the prevailing approach to securing IT has been to secure the network from the outside world: “build a tall, strong, wall with well-guarded gates.” From many perspectives this has been a good choice; InfoSec teams focus their efforts and budget on ingress-egress points without having to manage the complexity and churn of an organization’s internal affairs. Unfortunately, it also means that any breach of the perimeter often leads to catastrophic failure.

In practice, organizations do watch the inside of their networks for threat actors, both insider and external, who might mean them harm; but even this approach still largely trusts the IT network. …



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