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.
Zero Trust Security Landscape
Forrester’s evolution of the Zero Trust framework – the Zero Trust Extended Ecosystem (ZTX), led by analyst Dr. Chase Cunningham – emphasises the shift beyond network segmentation.
Okta has been recognised as a leader in Zero Trust Security.
Making identity the foundation foryour Zero Trust strategy
There is no silver bullet when it comes to achieving a Zero Trust security architecture, but identity and access management is the core technology that many organisations start with on their Zero Trust journeys. As organisations implement Zero Trust architectures, we’ve seen organisations progress through several stages of identity and access management maturity:
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Extending Zero Trust across theSecurity Ecosystem
Beyond delivering identity as the foundation for a Zero Trust framework, Okta also integrates deeply across security solutions to unify your approach to Zero Trust. Through the Okta Integration Network, Okta invests in and maintains deep integrations across all components of the extended Zero Trust ecosystem:
Where do you fall on the maturity curve?
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