Reasons To Enable Zero Trust in Your Workplace

Turning To Zero Trust To Address Modern Age Threats

Learn scenarios where implementing Zero Trust can deliver real-world business benefits and reduce your risk in the modern digital and distributed workforce: remote work, ransomware protection, cloud migration and compliance.

As attackers become more sophisticated, ransomware groups proliferate, and advances in technology introduce new vulnerabilities, organizations are increasingly turning to Zero Trust. This approach to security eliminates the implicit trust of users, applications, and devices that was a central tenet of previous approaches to security. Under a Zero Trust model, anyone who requests access is assumed to be malicious until their credentials are verified and, even then, is only granted the minimum access their role requires.

The move to a distributed workforce, the increase in ransomware attacks, the shift to cloud computing, and increased demands from security audits as more and more core business solutions become ‘online’, require a different approach to security, one that is based on verifying identity, regardless of location, and takes proactive measures when dealing with breaches. The only approach that can provide both strong user identity to secure access and proactive mitigation once an attack has occurred is Zero Trust.

There’s a great article here from Akamai that goes into more details. See here > 4 Reasons Your Business Needs to Implement a Zero Trust Architecture | Akamai

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