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"SpiderOak offers compliance with new cyber executive order"
President Bidens new cybersecurity requirements have been a ng time coming, and fit with trends we have observed and incorporated at SpiderOak. For example, the executive order will bring the government and its vendors closer to what is called zero trust, which refers both to the way computer systems are designed and how they are used. Previously, government agencies focused on malicious threats originating outside of their organizations, but were less rigorous in controlling and compartmentalizing data inside their perimeters. Hackers have exploited the vulnerability this approach created by infiltrating organizations' digital perimeters.

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