The State of Cybersecurity

Implementing a Zero Trust architecture can be daunting. Not only does Zero Trust mean reconsidering nearly every part of your security infrastructure, it also means choosing a starting point that makes the most business sense for your organization, and actually beginning a transformation that may take years to complete. Every organization presents a unique case, with its own risk tolerance, operational requirements, regulatory environment, userbase, data storage needs, and growth potential. The good news is that each of the software solutions and behavioral shifts that together make a Zero Trust architecture possible also offer concrete advantages of their own. Deploying a cloud access security broker or implementing an app-based or token-based multi-factor authentication system can deliver greater ease of use and greater security, even if you don’t yet have the time, budget or expertise to comprehensively adopt Zero Trust.

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