Zero trust principles and architectures are being widely embraced and adopted by the public and private sectors. Legacy security architectures and network defenses are simply ineffective at managing a world more reliant on the cloud and remote workers. Almost every attack today requires privilege for the initial exploit or to laterally move within a network.
Download this whitepaper to learn:
- Key zero trust definitions and concepts, as put forth by NIST
- Design considerations for zero trust architectures
- Practical implementation steps of zero trust with Privileged Access Management and Secure Remote Access solutions