Why Zero Trust is Important
Zero trust offers a modern approach for security to meet modern work designs and tackle the cybersecurity challenges facing organizations.
Zero trust architectures address a fundamental shortcoming in traditional security models, that people and devices inside the corporate network or a given security perimeter are assumed to be trustworthy. Zero trust does not rest on this assumption, requiring instead the ongoing real-time verification of trustworthiness for every user and device.
With the relentless onslaught of cyberattacks, the adoption of cloud services, and new work-from-home and hybrid working models, many organizations are embracing zero trust designs and approaches to redress fundamental weaknesses in perimeter-based security and rearchitect security for the modern age. Embracing a zero trust architecture is a significant undertaking for organizations and requires rethinking approaches covering identity and access management, access controls, and data protection, among others. However, it's important to keep in mind that zero trust is only one part of a complete cybersecurity strategy, not the entire answer.
The Why Zero Trust is Important whitepaper explores how organizations are deploying or planning to deploy a zero trust architecture, and recommends best practices and solutions to support the move to zero trust.
You will learn about:
- What is zero trust?
- Key drivers for a zero trust architecture
- How are organizations deploying zero trust?
- Key barriers to implementing zero trust
- Solutions required to make zero trust work
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