CARTA (Continuous Adaptive Risk and Trust Assessment) is a high-level set of strategic imperatives for the evolution of security infrastructure to enable protection from attacks and protection of access in a zero-trust world.
To navigate and halt the spread of COVID-19, businesses around the world have adopted strict remote work policies where employees have to maintain work and productivity from the confines of their home. The shift has posed significant challenges to sustaining business operations, such as maintaining confidentiality, integrity, and reliability and availability of data. When your employees log in from remote locations and unsecured connections, they are much more vulnerable to cyberattacks, phishing attempts and fraud.
Security and risk management leaders responsible for IAM should apply the seven CARTA imperatives set out in previous Gartner research and compiled in this report.
Gartner says “Failure to mitigate the new risks that digital transformation initiatives are introducing will result in security and risk management leaders failing to protect their critical applications and services.”
Read this Gartner report where we believe you will learn how security and risk management leaders responsible for IAM can:
Gartner, Secure Application Access by Applying the Imperatives of CARTA to Access Management, Michael Kelley, Abhyuday Data, Henrique Teixeira, 25 February 2020
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