The evolution of zero trust

Dave Russell, Vice President, Enterprise Strategy at Veeam explores how zero trust security processes have evolved in recent years and how in a landscape where the benchmark for security is constantly shifting, zero trust must continue to adapt in order to survive.  

Introducing content disarm and reconstruction – the zero-trust rebel that frisks every file

Instead, let us consider technology that does not rely on detection but follows zero-trust principles and assumes all files are malicious. This method works by first verifying a file’s type and identifying any embedded content. It removes any content it considers to be potentially malicious and reconstructs the file using only legitimate components. We call this sanitisation method “content disarm and reconstruction”, or CDR.


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