Zero Trust Security: Moving From 'Trust but Verify' to 'Never Trust, Always Verify'

December 7, 2021

Rebecca L. Warren‘s article, “Zero Trust Security: Moving From ‘Trust but Verify’ to ‘Never Trust, Always Verify,'”, was recently published by the New Jersey Law Journal. In this article, she discussed cybersecurity and Zero Trust.

“We have arrived at the age of ‘Never Trust, Always Verify.’ Zero Trust is truly a paradigm shift: no user is deemed trustworthy, continuous verification is required, and access inside the perimeter does not guarantee unfettered movement,” Rebecca said.

Zero Trust Security: Moving From ‘Trust but Verify’ to ‘Never Trust, Always Verify’

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About Rebecca Warren

For over 30 years, Rebecca Warren has been a legal strategist and successful litigator in State and Federal Courts. Rebecca devotes her practice to labor and employment, cybersecurity, business and corporate matters, and litigation.

In counseling businesses, Rebecca draws on her experience as a former in-house corporate attorney. Having worked in business, Rebecca is keenly aware of the unique and varied legal needs of business clients, especially in today’s climate. Rebecca is well-versed in providing legal strategy and guidance for daily business issues, contentious employment matters, third-party disputes, discrimination charges, and unexpected challenges such as pandemic-related impacts.

As a former elected District Attorney and chief law enforcement officer, Rebecca excels at representation in high-stakes situations such as internal and governmental investigations, charges and indictments, crisis management, and regulatory and business compliance.

Recognizing the importance and increasing impact of the cyber world on businesses, Rebecca secured certification in cybersecurity. Armed with current cyber knowledge, Rebecca assists businesses with understanding and managing cybersecurity risks according to the NIST framework and best practices. Her focus encompasses: creating a culture of cyber awareness and data protection; assisting clients in the midst of a cyberattack; determining breach notifications required by law, and guiding recovery post-attack.

Rebecca’s extensive and storied career includes a former partner position in a prominent Philadelphia law firm, ownership of a small business, and representation of a former President of the United States.

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