Hi security professionals,
Companies like Fuzzbuzz, Forallsecure are introducing fuzzing platforms to the public. Have you ever used this or an alternative tool in your company?
How has your experience been with that fuzzing tool?
Thanks for the help!
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2 Least privileged access
3 Network segmentation/proxy
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LPA is a refinement exercise best done given rolling averages of 30-day user activity or any other available insights that tracks resource usage by ID. Those not using shouldn't have access.
Network segmentation is a final step that's not really identity-centric. I believe the reverse proxy approach (aka BeyondCorp) makes a lot of sense, but there are other methods.
More often than not, security teams have the budget to do one, maybe two of the above running more than pilot projects in any one year. Wait a few years for the remaining funding and ZTNA might become the rule rather than the exception.