The recent release of Ponemon’s Annual Cost of a Data Breach report revealed that close to 50% of organizations surveyed have no plans to implement zero trust. While this is somewhat surprising given the changing nature of our increasingly distributed work environments, and the diversity of threat vectors – it also makes sense.
Companies are needing to enable and empower remote working, yet many are confused by the term and the concept of zero trust, with it meaning different things depending on your situation. Zero trust is not a product, it’s not one particular vendor and it’s not something you can buy. It is a strategy, and one that can be achieved in many different ways. Join DataEndure as we “zero in” on zero trust, what is, what it’s not – and how, for some, the reality of securing your enterprise perimeter composed of cloud and remote work locations might be closer than you think.