Achieving Zero Trust Identity And Access Management
Zero Trust IAM Unifies And Improves Access Control Across The Digital Business
October 25, 2016
Why Read This Report
Increasingly, IAM has become a tool not just for security but also for business agility. As firms exploit digital technologies to create new sources of value for customers and to increase their operational agility, vital business processes will invariably traverse different user populations, hosting models, and devices. These trends create pressing provisioning, authentication, and authorization challenges for S&R pros while security threats continue to swell. This report explains how S&R pros can apply our Zero Trust information security model to IAM to unify and improve access control across the business. This is an update of a previously published report; Forrester reviews and updates it periodically for continued relevance and accuracy.
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Table of Contents
- Digital Business Urgently Needs Better Access Management
- Newly Agile Environments Highlight The Weaknesses Of Today's IAM
- Introducing Zero Trust Identity
- Apply Three Rules To Achieve Zero Trust Identity
- Enable Zero Trust Identity Step By Step
What It Means
- Zero Trust Identity Does Much More Than Protect — It Enables
- Supplemental Material
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