Given the significant cost associated with data breaches these days, now might be a good time for organizations to seriously explore the Zero Trust model of cybersecurity.
New guidance on Zero Trust Architecture (ZTA) is a fitting response to the current cybersecurity landscape. On August 11, 2020, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) released SP 800-207, Zero Trust Architecture (SP 800-207).
Organizations often make the mistake of considering the disposal of hardware only when they are ready to discard equipment, if at all. Instead, they should plan for hardware disposal throughout the entire systems development lifecycle, from acquisition and testing through to operations.