In a business world without perimeters and dominated by remote work, finding a balance between easy collaboration and data security can be challenging. Users and data are operating outside of traditional IT defenses that implicitly trust people who are inside of their network. With a mantra of “Never Trust, Always Verify” and a mission of protecting data, Zero Trust is playing a key role in enabling organizations to support remote working for the long term.
This guide takes you through the Zero Trust paradigm and what to look for in a Zero Trust solution. Download this eBook to find out:
- How remote working is turning the cybersecurity landscape upside down
- How using VPNs for remote workers creates so many problems
- The pillars of modern Zero Trust: explicitly granted access and ongoing control of data usage—tied together with continuous monitoring to validate trust and risk levels
- Why Zero Trust is getting so much attention now (such as from SASE, NIST and others)