Demystifying Zero Trust for the C-Level (and the rest of us)

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Paul Simmonds, CEO Global Identity Foundation

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Implemented correctly, a Zero Trust architecture / strategy / approach to Information Technology, and the architecture that supports it, has the potential to provide a simpler, more secure, more flexible environment for an organization to do business. The advent of Zero Trust should be regarded as an opportunity to better align IT with an organization’s business strategy. The whole purpose of modern networked computing is to facilitate collaboration, both with others that are part of the organization, but more importantly with entities that are not part of the organization; whether on the Intranet, via the Internet or as part of an outsourced service. Implementing Zero Trust is not about buzz-words (especially when communicating to the C-Level), it’s about organizational and cultural transformation. A Zero Trust “philosophy” is neither a technology, security, or an identity issue; it's about the strategic alignment of the business roadmap & strategy with the technology needed to support it, delivering solutions to the business that are: Better, Faster, Cheaper and most importantly More Secure.
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