The organization today operates differently a few years ago. Organizations are increasingly turning away from solutions that secure the perimeter and then trust everything inside and are instead moving to a zero trust security model to protect sensitive resources and data. Under the assumption that a Zero Trust solution dynamically and continually assesses trust every time a user or device requests access to a resource. This approach prevents attackers from exploiting weaknesses in the perimeter to gain entry, and, once inside, move laterally to access confidential applications and data. Below are the benefits of Zero Trust:
- Protect customers and Company data
With zero trust, however, any applications or services that attempt to communicate inside the network are first identified, then assumed inherently untrustworthy, and automatically disallowed from communication unless its identity fingerprint is verified. In this way, security, IT, and networking teams can use zero trust to understand what’s already on the network and what’s trying to get there. Enforcing an effective zero trust solution ensuring that only authenticated and authorized users and devices can access applications and data will help to mitigate data exfiltration, preventing many of these negative consequences.
- Gain greater control in your cloud environment
Security practitioners’ biggest and longest-held fears of moving to and using the cloud are a loss of visibility and lack of control. Despite the evolution in cloud service providers’ (CSPs’) security due diligence, workload security remains a shared responsibility between the CSP and the organization using the cloud. That said, there is only so much the organization can affect inside someone else’s cloud.
- Deliver Both Security and an Excellent End-User Experience
In the past, organizations have had to make tradeoffs between strong security, productive user experience. Highly secure passwords are typically complicated and difficult to remember. They reduce productivity as users spend time re-entering multiple, lengthy passwords — not to mention troubleshooting password problems with IT. When users attempt to remember complex passwords by writing them down or use easy-to-remember passwords, they compromise security.
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