Identity Security: An Essential Piece of Your Zero Trust Strategy

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Perimeter-based Security is No Longer Sufficient: There has never been a more challenging time to manage cyber risk and respond to the challenges of an ever-changing business landscape. 

With cybercriminals relentlessly attempting to compromise user accounts in order to gain entry, organizations have shifted their security perimeters to focus on workers – including employees, contractors, partners, vendors, suppliers, and non-human bots.

This is the basis of identity security: Enabling the right access while continually protecting the business. And this is why many organizations are employing identity security as the foundational component to their Zero Trust Security program.

Read this whitepaper to understand: 

  • Why Zero Trust Security Starts with Identity Security 
  • How to Deliver Just Enough, Timely Access Through Least Privilege  
  • If Your Zero Trust Strategy Aligned with an Identity Security Approach

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