Cybersecurity Mesh Architecture (CSMA)

What is Cybersecurity Mesh Architecture (CSMA)? 

Cybersecurity Mesh Architecture (CSMA) is the emerging best practice architecture for enabling different security services to interoperate and form a cutting-edge secure environment. Based on use of standards and easy integration between services, Cybersecurity Mesh aims to simplify and future-proof the infrastructure while enhancing digital security posture. The idea is to form a platform for central administration and de-coupled policy enforcement across enterprise systems, with an adaptable set of interoperable, plug and play security tools. This architecture relies on an identity fabric to bring the elements together.

How does Cybersecurity Mesh Architecture (CSMA) help achieve your security goals?

A Cybersecurity Mesh Architecture creates a more secure and future-proof infrastructure based on an interoperable security foundation that supports easy extensibility, agility, and integration with new tools. It supports the cybersecurity team with easier deployment and maintenance and advanced security tools for preventing, detecting, and responding to breaches. The approach, in general, can help enable multiple projects, including implementing a Zero Trust Architecture, through more flexibility and interoperability across identity and security systems.

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