Accelerate Your Zero Trust Strategy with Strong Authentication

While the concept of Zero Trust has been around for a while it still means different things to different people. There may be many roads to Zero Trust cutting across the network, identity, and access control, and the array of definitions or ways to get there are dizzying. Simply put, the Zero Trust framework implies that an organization should trust no individual or thing unless properly verified before being given access to the network and data.

The Zero Trust model involves having a strong level of trust in the authentication mechanisms of every user from every device attempting to access company resources. Adopting strong authentication as a core building block of your Zero Trust strategy will jumpstart the security posture of the organization with strong identity management.