The past few years have seen organizations transform faster than ever before. However, while the how and where of work may have changed, one thing has not: People are still the weakest link in an organization’s defenses. As a result, social engineering attacks—a constant since the early days of the internet—are still prevalent today. To combat these and other evolving threats, several organizations have begun exploring the idea of implementing Zero Trust security.
In this episode of the ManageEngine Insights podcast, we discuss how social engineering works as well as how and to what extent a Zero Trust security model can help defend against it.
- The human element in cybersecurity
- The what and how of social engineering
- The evolution of social engineering attacks
- How effective is Zero Trust against social engineering?
- Key principles for effective Zero Trust implementation
- Beyond Zero Trust–other steps to secure an organization
- The future of Zero Trust and social engineering