Transform Your Security Architecture And Operations For The Zero Trust Ecosystem
December 11, 2014
Why Read This Report
Forrester's Zero Trust Model of information security banishes the old security motto of "trust but verify" and replaces it with a new motto: "Verify but never trust." When you're trying to protect your organization's intellectual property and sensitive customer data, implicit trust assumptions are dangerous because they: 1) leave your organization vulnerable to so-called "trusted insiders" and 2) become obsolete when the environment or technology changes — and in a world defined by continued digital disruption, your environment and your technology are always changing. This report provides security and risk (S&R) professionals with an overview of how security architectures and operations are evolving to support today's digital businesses and implementing the core concepts and tenets of the Zero Trust Model. This report was originally published on September 12, 2013; Forrester reviews and updates it periodically for continued relevance and accuracy.
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Table of Contents
- Traditional Security Is Undergoing A Zero Trust (ZT) Makeover
- Evaluate Vendors With Zero-Trust-Tinted Glasses
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