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How to Guide: Zero Trust Transformation

Zero Trust Access Management

The notion of a network perimeter — where everyone outside the enterprise’s zone of control is malicious and everyone inside is honest and well-intentioned — can’t be relied on in today’s business landscape. Wide adoption of SaaS applications, migration to cloud-based architectures, a growing number of remote users, and an influx of BYOD devices have rendered perimeter-based security irrelevant. Furthermore, a perimeter-centric defense requires appliance and security policy management and frequent software upgrades, causing operational complexity and taxing already-overwhelmed IT teams. As the attack surface expands, and strapped IT resources struggle to govern ever-more convoluted network architecture, cybercriminals are increasingly proficient, sophisticated, and incentivized to evade security measures. A strategic security framework that addresses these distinct challenges is needed.

Zero-Trust is that framework. What is it based upon and how will you benefit from it? Get the ebook to learn more.

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