Redefining the Zero Trust model
Building a better relationship with Zero: Why Zero Trust needs a Zero Touch approach
Rather than traditionally reactive security solutions, Zero Trust serves as a proverbial gatekeeper, denying potential threats before they manifest as real attacks. However, this principle raises concerns among prospective adoptees in Australia and New Zealand with the implication – whether real or merely perceived – that employees are inherently untrustworthy.
BlackBerry’s Zero Trust model is built on the concept of minimal, or indeed zero, disruption – a framework known as ‘Zero Touch’. This means utilizing AI to learn the users’ behavior and usage patterns, and only challenging the user when they deviate from the learned model.
Access this resource to learn more about Blackberry’s Zero Trust model.