Clare Robson, Director Solutions Marketing - APAC, Okta
In twelve short months, Zero Trust has gone from buzzword to the default security paradigm. The percentage of Asia Pacific companies with a defined Zero Trust initiative underway has increased dramatically, up almost 20% in 12 months. 83% of businesses now say Identity is important to their Zero Trust security strategy, and we’re seeing an interesting shift in the prioritisation of security over customer experience in the APAC region.
According to Okta’s latest State of Zero Trust report, almost all APAC companies surveyed will have a Zero Trust strategy in plan or in play by the end of 2022. Many of these organisations have moved beyond the preliminary phases of implementation such as MFA, SSO and connected used directories.
Join us as we invite guest security experts [name] from AWS and [name] from Crowdstrike to unpack the findings from this year’s report, and reveal what this means for the future Zero Trust adoption in APAC.
What’s driving the rapid adoption of Zero Trust?
Why is the balance tipping in favour of Security over CX?
Why should you prioritise Identity as the foundation of your Zero Trust strategy?
How to accelerate your Zero Trust journey past the traditional and emerging phases?