Tech Spotlight: The Basics of Zero Trust: Essential Steps to Implementation
It’s not surprising that by 2023, 60 percent of enterprises will phase out most of their remote access Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) in favor of ZTNA, which is considered a good way to tackle threats in this remote working environment. Given the ‘zero trust’ model enables anything and everything trying to connect to a system has to be verified before getting access, its’ implementation strategy needs to be made simple. It would not be incorrect to say that 'zero trust' focuses on authentication, authorization, and shrinking implied trust on devices, identities, and users' access.
The session discusses:
- Protecting your identities with user behaviour analysis
- Applying adaptive MFA to elevate trust in identities and mitigate impersonation of
- Eliminating redundancy and human errors, and enhancing business processes through automation