Tips for Enabling Zero Trust Security
An organization’s applications and data are likely to exist both inside the traditional firewall and beyond it. Security and IT teams can no longer assume that users and their devices on the network are any safer than those on the outside. What’s needed is a pivot to “boundaryless” security, also known as Zero Trust.
In a Zero Trust model, all users and devices, both inside and outside the corporate network, are deemed untrustworthy. Access is granted based on a dynamic evaluation of the risk associated with each request.
There’s no way to predict which new exploits will appear on any given day or how they might gain entry into your environment. Because one can never assume that any particular user or the device, app, or network they’re using is completely safe, the only reasonable approach to security is to verify everything.
Getting to a Zero Trust model can take years of effort and require collaboration across the enterprise. If you are committed to deploying a Zero Trust model, download the details and get in touch with our team for further assistance.
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