The uninitiated often believe zero trust to be an application, program, or software. Zero trust, as many know, is a framework. Better put, it’s a way of thinking about security, encompassing physical security, social engineering, and protected networks just to name a few portions of the security matrix zero trust encompasses.
Zero trust spread quickly and now reigns as the most critical integration organizations commit to when avoiding ransomware, DDoS attacks, and phishing/whaling attempts. Recent studies find zero trust frameworks are the fastest growing segment of network security, as you’ll see in the pages of this report.
Zero trust also gives edge computing life, as accelerated by the pressing needs for secure connectivity during the Covid-19 pandemic. Up until that point, many questioned the validity of edge and found it to be simply the cloud and that there’s no need for yet another tech catch phrase.
This report, Zero Trust and the Modern Enterprise – a Practical Path Forward, explores zero trust as a replacement for VPN, the emergence of SASE and how it relates to zero trust, and best practices for implementing zero trust in the enterprise.
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