In the Zero Trust Security Model (ZTSM), organizations learn to create system polices that have multi-layered and monitored approaches. When you do, you have the TechR2 Tear-A-Byte® and Tear-A-Vault® systems. The only ZTSM system in the EoL industry.
In the IBM NIST and Zero Trust Security Model (ZTSM) training on Thursday, the SMEs stressed the importance for every vendor that works with the organization’s data whether hardware or software to be in compliance with their NIST and ZTSM policies. This includes vulnerability testing. This is new for many OEMs. It was just over a year ago that Microsoft became NIST certified.
Many companies have long ago issued endpoint devices such as cell phones, tablets, and laptops to users, so during the pandemic, employees that worked from home were logging into a company configured and secure device. For the other organizations that favored BYOD and allowed any device to connect to their portal, there are cybersecurity issues.
TechR2 serves on the Ohio Cybersecurity Collaboration Committee (OC3), works with US critical infrastructure organizations, and maintains the highest cybersecurity standards themselves. Why? When you read about the many cybersecurity breaches in your community, it is partners like TechR2 that are making a difference.