- Introduction to the series 2
- Introduction to Zero Trust 9
- Why adopt Zero Trust 10
- Securing Identity with Zero Trust 1
- Securing devices with Zero Trust 3
- Securing Applications with Zero Trust 2
- Securing Data with Zero Trust 8
- Securing Infrastructure with Zero Trust 4
- Securing Networks with Zero Trust 4
- How you can implement Zero Trust 6
Making sense of Zero Trust
An introduction to Zero Trust, the best practice security methodology
With the rise of Hybrid Working, security perimeters now extend beyond your office location to any access point that hosts, stores, or accesses corporate resources and services. This is why you need to consider implementing an end-to-end security strategy, such as Zero Trust.
Zero Trust is a best practice security methodology used by businesses and enterprises across the world. The Zero Trust concept is built on the belief that businesses shouldn’t trust anything inside or outside their perimeters and must verify anything and everything to connect their systems before granting access.
During this series, our experts will help you make sense of the Zero Trust best practice methodology.
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- Walk through your Zero Trust readiness in an exploratory 1:1 workshop
- An initial view of your security estate
- Identify cost optimisation opportunities