Trust is a little word with big consequences – especially when it’s misplaced.
For IT security, ensuring maximum protection at all possible points of connectivity is vital. And it’s getting harder as organisations across industries adapt to today’s working world, with growing levels of remote access into internal resources for employees and partners.
And they aren’t the only ones getting involved. Cyber threats continue to grow on a global scale, increasing 38% worldwide last year.* There has never been a greater need to ensure that preventative and protective security measures of the highest quality are put in place.
For the protection of systems and the safety of employees, clients and stakeholders, it is now vital to get to Zero Trust. It requires a gear change in our thinking. It means adopting a new mantra: Never Trust and Always Verify. In particular, it means treating all identities, data and users as digital resources – capable of changing and moving around our organisations, never standing still and always needing to be verified and reverified.