Case study: Essex County implements zero-trust to meet GDPR requirements

Zero Trust Access Helps UK County Improve Productivity and Access Control

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The Essex County Council is a governmental body with over 8,000 employees serving some 1 million residents in the UK. Like any government council, it’s critical that their systems are secure enough to enable collaboration with other organizations.

Ensuring security is a top priority for the Council given the implications of GDPR – a breach could cost up to €20 million ($22 million) or 4% of annual revenue – which is why they utilize PortSys’ Total Access Control (TAC) for their zero-trust approach.

In this case study, discover what led to Essex County Council’s decision to adopt a zero-trust approach to controlled access and why they chose to partner with PortSys.

Vendor:
PortSys
Posted:
24 Jan 2020
Published:
24 Jan 2020
Format:
PDF
Length:
4 Page(s)
Type:
Case Study
Language:
English
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