Zero Trust’s Evolution- The Role of Identity Security

February 27, 2023

Eighty-eight percent of security leaders agree that adopting more of a Zero Trust approach is “important to very important.”1 But while desire is there, implementation is lagging. Why? Because Zero Trust is neither a quick fix nor straightforward to adopt. And let’s face it: implementation can be complex. 

This whitepaper is designed to help organizations overcome the barriers of Zero Trust adoption, focusing on the central role of identity. You’ll learn about five foundational principles for a comprehensive Zero Trust implementation, as well as six practical steps for putting your strategy into action.

With 82 percent of analyzed breaches stemming from the human element, today’s threat landscape requires being able to continuously verify, manage and secure the ever-growing number of identities comprising today’s attack surface.

Read our whitepaper to learn why a Zero Trust approach focused on Identity Security2 2 is made for this moment — and how it can help today’s increasingly digital and cloud-based enterprise achieve outcomes such as measurable risk reduction and operational efficiency.

1 CyberArk, “The CISO View Survey,” 2021
2 Verizon, “Data Breach Investigations Report,” 2022

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