Zero Trust Continues to Gain Traction
Zero trust is an important part of President Biden’s Executive Order (EO) on Improving the Nation’s Cybersecurity issued in May of 2021 and will continue to gain popularity as an effective cybersecurity solution. It focuses on restricting information access within an organization to only those who absolutely need to access the data. The entire point of zero trust is to assume that everyone is a potential threat actor and therefore, no internal or external users or systems are trusted.
In our 2022 Compliance Benchmark Report, we surveyed more than 700 cybersecurity, IT, quality assurance, internal audit, finance, and other professionals about their compliance programs. Here’s what we learned about how organizations are implementing zero trust strategies.
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