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Establishing Zero Trust in Australian Government | Ping Identity
Establishing Zero Trust in Australian Government
Uplevel Federal ICAM for Continuous, Risk-Based Identity Security
Zero Trust has been a topic of discussion in the Australian Federal Government for some time. Although Australia has not yet mandated Zero Trust, as has been the case with the Federal Government in the USA, it’s widely believed to be only a matter of time. In fact, the Australian Signals Directorate’s Essential Eight cybersecurity mitigation strategies for government departments and agencies already mandate a number of Zero Trust strategies.
A robust identity base is crucial for a successful Zero Trust application, as it is an identity-focused security framework.
Continue reading to learn more about new options for Zero Trust and ICAM, including:
The use cases that elevated Zero Trust from “nice to have” to “must have”
The infrastructure challenges standing in the way of many organisations ’ Zero Trust implementations
How to overcome these challenges to lay the foundation for Zero Trust—without ripping and replacing