Protecting critical data assets is a business imperative in today’s accelerated, digitally connected environment. Not only are cyberattacks growing at exponential rates, but threat actors have increased in sophistication, diversity of tactics, and are employing savvy techniques that make them difficult to spot.
To avoid financial damage, regulatory fines, tainted customer relationships, reputational loss, and infrastructure harm, organizations must increase their defenses and become more resilient as the threat of data breaches and cyberattacks grows every day.
- Zero Trust’s history
- Key components
- Business benefits
- Main implementation challenges
- Steps to create a detailed roadmap for your organization
- Developing Zero Trust policies
- Understanding use cases
- Applying the Zero Trust eXtended (ZTX) framework
This detailed guide will help you understand how to protect your organization in today’s business environment—where a cyberattack takes place every 39 seconds, and the cost of cybercrime will reach $10.5 trillion USD annually by 2025.
And while no company can be 100 percent safe from cyberattacks and breaches, organizations with a Zero Trust framework can sleep better at night knowing that they are less likely to fall prey to simple attacks or be unaware of potentially compromising situations.
We are releasing the guide in three separate parts. So stay tuned for volume two — coming soon!