Road map for deploying an enterprise security model
According to a survey by CSO, 26 percent of organizations reported an increase in the volume, severity, and/or scope of cyberattacks since mid-March. This highlights how traditional network perimeter defenses are no longer sufficient to prevent data breaches.
To manage enterprise network trends like remote work, bring your own device (BYOD), and cloud adoption, NIST released the highly anticipated Zero Trust Architecture publication. The publication provides organizations a road map for building an effective cybersecurity framework.
In this e-book, CIOs and CISOs can find insights about enhanced IAM, micro-segmented network infrastructure, and identity governance. IT leaders will also learn about deployment models and use cases.
Lastly, the e-book breaks down how you can pair the Zero Trust Architecture with your existing SIEM solutions to continuously monitor your Zero Trust ecosystem.
This e-book is designed to help you understand:
Challenges addressed by Zero Trust.
State of Zero Trust model with the tide of remote work.
Tenets and logical components of Zero Trust architecture as specified by NIST.
Real-time assessment and monitoring with Gartner's Continuous Adaptive Risk and Trust Assessment (CARTA).
Implementing a Zero Trust security model in your organization.