The inevitable ascent of Zero Trust
Ensuring user activities are trustworthy – without interrupting workflow.
Creating or implementing effective cybersecurity solutions relies on understanding the nature of the trust problem created by IoT devices and mass interconnectivity. The attack surface covering organizational resources increases with each additional application, device, and network connection.
This dilemma clearly demonstrates that, to address the complexities of cybersecurity, organizations must adopt a Zero Trust approach to security.
Trusting entities by default, or based upon a one-time confirmation, is simply not a viable security strategy. The best approach for limiting risk is to trust nothing by default, but to build up and maintain trust with actors over sustained engagements.
But how do you do that without interrupting workflow and productivity? Find out here.