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Security Think Tank: Walk before you run

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Security Think Tank: Walk before you run

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Having said that, the paradigm of zero-trust networks, software-defined datacentres and containerisation delivers an exceptional level of security through automation, asset management, self-healing policies and application partitioning.

However, as with anything in IT and cyber security, an exceptional technology operated by untrained and undisciplined people following not-so-well thought through and documented processes is bound to fail. Even worse, a false sense of security could mean higher likelihood of ...

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