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Why Is Zero Trust Security Important?
Your users and devices, as well as applications and data, have moved outside of your company’s traditional zone of control. The idea of a secure corporate perimeter that protects your business operations is no longer possible because of:
A growing number of remote employees and third-party users
More sophisticated and frequent cyber threats
An influx of BYOD and IoT devices
Aging and increasingly complex technology stacks
The speed, scale, and prevalence of mergers and acquisitions
The burgeoning adoption of SaaS and IaaS applications and cloud-based architecture
What’s at Stake?
The modern enterprise is permeable and increasingly exposed to threats. Giving users unfettered access to your corporate network leaves them exposed to malware attacks, and your organization and its data are at risk of a breach. This could mean:
Theft of intellectual property
Disruption for your customers
Damage to your brand reputation
What to Do Next?
Zero Trust is a strategic security framework that addresses these challenges. It ensures that only authenticated and authorized users and devices can access your applications and data, while protecting those applications and data from advanced threats on the Internet. A Zero Trust security model replaces the principle of “trust but verify” with “always verify and never trust.”
Once you have more details about your company’s current security architecture, come back and retake this assessment so we can help you move forward on your Zero Trust journey.