The adoption of mobile and cloud means that we can no longer have a network perimeter-centric view of security. Instead, we need to securely enable access for various users – employees, partners, contractors, etc. – regardless of their location, device or network.
The Zero Trust Security approach ensures the right people have the right level of access, to the right resources, in the right context, and that access is assessed continuously — all without adding friction for the user. That Zero Trust nirvana doesn’t happen overnight.
Stay up to date with the latest analysis of the Zero Trust landscape with research from Okta and Forrester.
The Definition Of Modern Zero Trust
The Forrester report explains why the firm advises clients to start their Zero Trust implementations with identity as a foundational step to both protect against common threat vectors and have a few quick wins to kickstart the process.
Okta’s State of Zero Trust Security: 2021 Report delves into data around how security leaders plan to adapt their security strategies to enable long-term remote work. See what your peers are prioritizing for the next 12-18 months and where they are on the Zero Trust security maturity curve.
Make identity the foundation for your Zero Trust strategy
Because there is no silver bullet when it comes to achieving a Zero Trust security architecture, organisations approach their journeys differently. When it comes to identity, we’ve seen our customers progress through several stages of maturity in order to advance their Zero Trust security strategies. This identity maturity framework can help you take immediate action to help your organisation reach its Zero Trust goals.
Interested in where your organisation falls on this maturity curve? Take our Zero Trust Assessment to get personalised recommendations on how to tackle the Zero Trust journey with identity and secure your organisation.