Zero Trust is getting a lot of attention. And for good reason. The risks and costs associated with cyber-crime and data breaches only continue to grow. To protect your enterprise, you need more safeguards than ever to ensure your users are who they claim to be.
“Zero Trust is a security concept centered on the belief that organizations should not automatically trust anything inside or outside its perimeters and instead must verify anything and everything trying to connect to its systems before granting access.”
- CSO Online
Proving trust in a borderless world
The concept of Zero Trust is essentially to trust no one. It may sound harsh, but the reality is your users are no longer bound by a conventional firewall, making the notion of a perimeter unrealistic.
Cloud applications are the new normal, offering virtually unlimited opportunities to help employees do their jobs more efficiently, easily and flexibly. But if you can’t manage employee access or enforce usage policies, you’re unable to experience these benefits.
It’s a borderless world, and that means you can only trust your users to the extent you can verify them. To do that, you need new ways to ensure that your users are who they say they are.
Enable Full Trust, while balancing security and experience
Security is the primary driver behind Zero Trust. To protect your enterprise resources, you need to verify who your users are before you grant them access. But you can’t make verification so cumbersome that the user experience suffers.
When you pair modern access management with cloud access security, you’re able to go from Zero Trust to Full Trust, while strengthening both security and experience. Ping Identity and Netskope will demonstrate how at Identiverse 2018, coming up June 24-27 in Boston.
Bring all of your cloud apps into your identity management fold.
Ensure consistent cloud app security and compliance.
Enable mobile-to-cloud access.
Gain comprehensive, end-to-end reporting of cloud app access and usage with reporting and dashboards.
As members of the Identity Defined Security Alliance (IDSA), Ping Identity and Netskope are committed to providing identity solutions that enable enterprises to manage the complexity of Zero Trust in a hybrid world—and securely provide users access to any resource from any device on any network.
Register for Identiverse to gain access to this exclusive demonstration and discover how you can use Zero Trust to facilitate and accelerate cloud adoption.