The State of Zero Trust Security in Asia Pacific 2021
With the rise in remote work, Zero Trust security grew tremendously in the past year. And that’s not going to change anytime soon. 82% of company leaders plan to allow at least partial remote work after the pandemic, and 47% will allow employees to permanently work from home full-time.
At the same time, identity-based attacks skyrocketed last year. This means that developing a Zero Trust security strategy that gives the right people access to the right resources at the right time is critical.
Get the State of Zero Trust Security report to learn how organisations in Asia Pacific are approaching Zero Trust security today and where they’re headed over the next 12-18 months. We surveyed 400 security leaders across Asia Pacific (APAC), about their initiatives in this report.
Download your copy of the report to learn:
- The top five Zero Trust security takeaways
- How your peers are progressing along the Zero Trust security maturity curve
- The sophisticated strategies 40% of companies are prioritising now