Organizations are increasingly creating zero trust policies to augment their digital security postures. According to Infosecurity Magazine, 15% of organizations say they implemented a zero trust policy by the end of 2019. An additional 59% of participants revealed their intention to create a policy of their own within the next 12 months.
To understand why so many organizations are flocking to zero trust, it’s important to first dive into the benefits of a zero trust policy. Take a look at how it helps organizations respond to their evolving digital security challenges. Only then is it possible to weigh the strengths and weaknesses of zero trust security so that organizations can build an effective zero trust strategy that meets their security and business requirements.