Published : May 15, 2018
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Assess Worth exploring with the goal of understanding how it will affect your enterprise.
Previously in the Radar, we’ve discussed the rise of the perimeterless enterprise. Now, some organizations are doing away with implicitly trusted intranets altogether and treating all communication as if it was being transmitted through the public internet. A set of practices, collectively labeled BeyondCorp, have been described by Google engineers in a set of publications. Collectively, these practices — including managed devices, 802.1x networking and standard access proxies protecting individual services — make this a viable approach to network security in large enterprises.