From Known Threat Detection to Unknown: Advanced Cybersecurity with Zero-Trust

In today's digital world, cybersecurity heavily relies on known threat indicators to detect attacks. This includes traditional methods like antivirus signatures, heuristic algorithms, sandboxing behaviors, Indicators of Compromise (IoCs), YARA and Sigma rules, LOLBAS, and tactics from MITRE ATT&CK. These approaches identify malicious patterns based on historical data. However, as the cyber landscape expands, they struggle to combat unknown threats like Zero-Day exploits. This vulnerability calls for a paradigm shift in cybersecurity - the adoption of Zero-Trust principles.
Zero-Trust serves as a proactive defense mechanism, aiding in the detection of unknown threats. Instead of dealing with an ever-growing list of malicious elements, Zero-Trust focuses on verifying and allowing only known legitimate behaviors and programs. It involves defining the permissible actions of each installed application.
By implementing Zero-Trust, we create a more secure ecosystem, safeguarding against unforeseen threats while setting the foundation for the future of cybersecurity. This approach enables strategic and pragmatic security measures, ensuring our systems remain protected in an increasingly connected world.


BahaEddine Hilali

BahaEddine Hilali
Technical Manager at Nucleon Security

A cybersecurity professional who is passionate about Security Operations Center (SOC) and Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR). I am passionate about sharing my knowledge with the community, emphasizing my commitment to educating and engaging with others in the field

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