Demystifying Zero Trust
Zero trust continues to cause confusion across industries. Many vendors sell it as an off-the-shelf solution, but in reality, its successful implementation requires organisations to embark on a larger change programme.
With the traditional castle and moat model of network security now becoming increasingly ineffective, organisations are being pushed to implement a new security strategy capable of protecting a highly decentralised and distributed environment.
ISF research provides greater clarity on the subject as it looks to demystify zero trust for organisations and help prepare them to begin their zero trust journey. Download the briefing paper now for advice and guidance on creating an implementation strategy and selecting a resourcing model.
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Implementing a Zero Trust Strategy: The ISF approach
Catch up on this detailed webinar that explored a vendor-agnostic approach to implementing a Zero Trust Security Strategy.
Zero Trust in Action: Using blockchain to keep out the bad actors
Lou Senko from Q2 explores the limitations of adopting zero trust, and how blockchain has created an almost impenetrable defence.