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Remote Work Demands a Zero-Trust Approach for Both Apps and Users
Employees now access apps and data remotely, and vulnerability has shot up as a result. In terms of security, organizations have literally been left to their own devices, which typically include a VPN and basic anti-malware/antivirus software.
But these aren’t doing a good enough job of protecting against advancing cyberthreats.
Enter zero trust – by assuming the constant presence of a threat, zero trust continuously reauthenticates users based on a variety of factors such as context, identity, time of day and risk profile.
To learn more, read this custom article on zero-trust network architecture, which includes an embedded two-minute video on why the time for zero trust is now.