Key Steps When Deploying Zero Trust

December 17, 2018 / GuidesFor Team

Entrepreneur Asia Pacific recently reported on the growing popularity of Zero Trust Networking, a cybersecurity feature characterized by a persistent distrust of activity outside as well as within an organization’s network. The online magazine argues that adopting Zero Trust brings about three critical benefits, most notably reducing the likelihood that a data breach happens at all—an issue that, according to a study by IBM and Ponemon Institute, costs $3.86 million on average. The following article from CSO Online, however, notes that implementing Zero Trust Networking can be a challenge, and urges organizations interested in deploying the security measure to be aware of the changes entailed and how such a transition can affect user experience. The article goes on to list what experts consider to be key steps when implementing Zero Trust. – Jem Santos

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