[The Readable] – Traditional perimeter-centric network security is based around a well-defined network boundary where all enterprise resources such as devices, file servers, applications, etc. were inside the network and users’ access to the network was strictly controlled. I like to compare traditional perimeter-centric network security to old forts since they have quite a lot in common. Just like traditional perimeter-centric network security, forts had a well defended perimeter wall, and access to the fort was strictly controlled via a draw bridge over a moat.
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[CIO Review Europe] – swIDch is a leading authentication company revolutionising identity access management. Its
[DIGITAL JOURNAL] – swIDch, a pioneering cyber security start-up today announced the launch of its latest solution to
[BLOOMBERG] – swIDch has been named “Transaction Security Solution of the Year” at the Cybersecurity Breakthrough
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