Okta | The State of Zero Trust Security in Global Organizations

‘There’s no denying that, among information security watchers, zero trust has gone well beyond buzzword status. The oft-discussed security framework, originally developed by Forrester Research analyst Jon Kindervag in 2009, threw away the idea that organizations should have a “trusted” internal network and an “untrusted” external network. To meet the access and usability demands of modern employees and consumers (and avoid becoming the next organization in the headlines for a data breach), companies are moving towards a more robust and comprehensive security posture that’s centered around the zero trust principle of “never trust, always verify.”’

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