Insider Threat: US Supreme Court Drives Need for Zero Trust Network Access
The US Supreme Court ruled that interpretation of the United States Computer Frauds and Abuses Act of 1986 (CFAA) related to anyone who "intentionally accesses a computer without authorization or exceeds authorized access," was too broad and overreaching. Thus, anyone who has authorized access to computers and data cannot be held criminally liable for misuse of those resources or data.
This now makes it very difficult for organizations to prosecute insider threat attacks. Organizations now need to implement and enforce ZTNA to ensure no one has more access than they need to resources or data. ZTNA limits and audits authorized access making it easier to take action against inside attackers.
In this webinar, we will discuss the US Supreme Court decision, how it affects you and how ZTNA can help you protect against insider threats.