Frictionless Zero Trust “Never trust, always verify”
Learn why a “trust but verify” approach to cybersecurity is obsolete
The traditional “trust but verify” method of threat protection, in which trusted users and endpoints are automatically allowed network access, puts organizations at risk of a wide array of security threats.
To improve their cybersecurity, organizations are increasingly turning to Zero Trust — an approach that enables the continuous monitoring and validation of which users and devices are authorized to access applications and other resources, regardless of endpoint or network location.
Download this infographic to learn:
The definition and three components of Zero Trust
- Six reasons why “trust but verify” is obsolete
- Five best practices for implementing a frictionless Zero Trust model
- Six steps to accelerate Zero Trust
- And more
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