Learn about the benefits of Zero Trust and how to implement a Zero Trust security architecture.
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Digital transformation, cloud adoption and remote working have created the perfect storm that breaks the legacy architecture of a perimeter-based security model.
Cloud computing has pushed data, users and devices outside of the trusted corporate network. Organizations must respond with the appropriate security measures to eliminate vulnerabilities in this new environment.
Zero Trust allows access to an organization's network from anywhere without compromising the ability to stay compliant with fast-changing privacy regulations. It's essential in today's work-from-anywhere world.
Zero Trust is an IT security framework that provides secure access to applications and services based on defined access control policies, whether a user is inside or outside an organization's network. Besides being authenticated, authorized users must be continuously validated for their security configurations and postures before being granted access to data and applications.
Watch this 26-minute WWT Experts video and hear what WWT's Dr. Tim Robinson has to say about Zero Trust, including if there is more than one right way to approach it.