Learn what Zero Trust is and what steps can be helpful to follow during your cloud migration.
With remote and hybrid working becoming the norm, the traditional perimeter has changed, and with that comes changing network and security needs. In some instances, hasty or rushed migrations has led to inefficient security controls being put in place at the time of implementation, potentially leaving businesses at increased risk of cyber-attacks.
Zero Trust is a security approach through which businesses authenticate, authorise and verify all users, no matter where or how they are connected. It’s a paradigm shift that assumes a breach and verifies each request as though it originates from an untrusted network, instead of believing everything behind the corporate firewall is safe.
If you are an IT manager with an existing cloud environment or are planning a cloud migration, this guide is for you. We walk you through the seven pillars of Zero Trust, provide some useful tips and advice, pinpoint possible roadblocks and provide ideas on how to get around them.
When implemented well, Zero Trust can be a win-win for both employees and the organisation, leading to improved engagement, lower costs and higher output. It can be a genuine game-changer.