As workers become more mobile and workloads move into the cloud, the traditional model of enforcing security at the network perimeter becomes ineffective.
A Zero Trust model of strict identity verification and access control for every user or device offers an alternative that secures data while ensuring it is accessible to those who need it.
Consequently, many organizations are looking to adopt a Zero Trust approach to security, especially in the post Covid era with more people working remotely and greater reliance on cloud computing.
However, adopting this security model can’t be done overnight. Organizations need to find the best route to implementing it, but most struggle to find the right solutions, to find the right people to deploy them, and even to grasp the basics of Zero Trust Architecture.
Zero Trust is tightly bound up with identity, access, and cloud, and therefore was a key topic at KuppingerCole’s 2021 European Identity and Cloud (EIC) conference this past week,...
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