The Lockdown - Practical Privacy & Security


November 10, 2023 Ray Heffer Season 1
The Lockdown - Practical Privacy & Security
Show Notes

In this week’s FRIDAY FIELD NOTES, Ray Heffer discusses the Zero Trust security model, a framework that's revolutionizing how organizations protect their critical systems and data. Diving into the depths of cybersecurity, we clear up common myths and misinterpretations surrounding Zero Trust, illuminating its role as not just a defensive strategy but a comprehensive approach to modern threats.

Zero Trust operates on the principle of "never trust, always verify," but what does this mean in practice? Zero Trust doesn't just look outward; it recognizes that threats also come from the inside. By assuming that a breach is not just possible, but has already happened, Zero Trust strategies are uniquely positioned to mitigate damage by insiders, whether malicious or accidental.

This episode was recorded on November 9th, 2023
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This week's episode:

  1. Introduction and Brill is living in a Faraday cage
  2. How we got to Zero Trust by understadning the Cyber Kill Chain
  3. The Principals of Zero Trust
  4. Recommended Zero Trust Frameworks

NIST Zero Trust Architecture (SP 800-207):
CISA Zero Trust Maturity Model:
Cyber Kill Chain:

Intro music: The Lockdown composed by Ray Heffer

"Security is always seen as too much until the day it is not enough." — William H. Webster