Zero Trust Security for Modern Businesses
How to take advantage of various tools and implement them in a phase-wise manner
Zero Trust is a network security model based on a stringent identity verification process. The framework demands that only authorized, authenticated users and devices can access data and applications from the network.
Zero Trust is the most efficient way for organizations to control access to their applications, data, and networks. It uses an array of preventive techniques that include micro-segmentation, identity verification, endpoint security, and least privilege controls for detecting the attackers and also limit their access if there is a breach.
While Zero Trust draws on various technologies, multi-factor authentication (MFA) and Identity and Access Management (IAM) are the core of this model.
In this whitepaper, we will analyze the concept of Zero Trust Security, why it is needed, and how you can implement it in your business. You will learn:
- What is Zero Trust Security
- The big challenge of data security
- The need for a Zero Trust Security model
- How to get started with Zero Trust Security
Download this whitepaper to learn the best management practices that LoginRadius advises every organization to implement for their security.