Why Zero Trust? Why Now?

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Zero Trust architectures address a fundamental shortcoming in traditional security models: namely, that people and devices inside the network or a given security perimeter are assumed to be trustworthy.

Join this discussion on why Zero Trust is important as we take a deeper look at the in-depth survey of 125 IT and security decision-makers in mid-sized and large organizations (average employees 11,992, median employees 1,500), all of whom are knowledgeable about how their organization was using or planning to use a Zero Trust architecture, or why their organization had intentionally chosen not to do so.

Watch the full webinar: https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/18963/516608?utm_source=BIOkeyInternational&utm_medium=brighttalk&utm_campaign=516608
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