Zero Trust framework to help cyber leaders deliver future-first security
Zero Trust looks set to transform the cybersecurity landscape in 2022. Getting to Zero Trust begins with the adoption of a ‘Never Trust and Always Verify’ philosophy, implying that all identities, data and users within a system should be treated as digital resources.
With many employees now working more flexibly than ever before, the enterprise has a much tougher job of ensuring maximum security at all possible points of connectivity. This has prompted cyber leaders to call for more strategic guidance on the topic.
This whitepaper introduces a Zero Trust standard set out by the National Institute for Science and Technology (NIST) and explains how the mapping of security solutions to NIST’s seven tenets will help better structure, monitor and protect the connected enterprise.
Zero Trust ensures that preventative and protective measures of the highest quality are firmly in place. Taking such an approach is the key to unlocking vastly superior security capabilities to help organisations face their evolving challenges. Read the whitepaper on Zero Trust to learn about:
“If the past few years have been about considering the implications of the growing threat vectors, researching defence methods and establishing partnerships, 2022 is surely now about implementing these cyber strategies at pace to deliver a superior security posture.”
Ian Collard, Founder and CEO, Identity Methods
Following the evolving NIST framework enables security to be adapted and improved, helping to procure solutions and services that put a safer future first. Identity Methods’ whitepaper provides security practitioners with an understanding of the concept, its strategic implementation and the product portfolio necessary to successfully introduce a Zero Trust approach to security.