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Zero Trust Security

Zero Trust Security

The increasing prevalence of cloud-based services, mobile computing, internet of things (IoT), and bring your own device (BYOD) in the workforce have changed the technology landscape for the modern enterprise. Security architectures that rely on network firewalls and virtual private networks (VPNs) to isolate and restrict access to corporate technology resources and services, are no longer sufficient for a workforce that regularly requires access to applications and resources that exist beyond traditional corporate network boundaries. The shift to the internet as the network of choice and the continuously evolving threats has led more and more organizations to think of adopting a Zero Trust security model.

If you are looking for advice on how to prevent cyber-attacks with Zero Trust security, then this eBook will help you to get started. Download your free copy now and read more about:

  • Benefits of Zero Trust
  • Risk Considerations of Zero Trust
  • Use Cases for Zero Trust
  • Best Practices for Zero Trust Implementations
  • Getting Started with Zero Trust