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Reduce Risk with Zero Trust. Here’s Your Guide to Get Started.

Zero Trust is rapidly becoming the cybersecurity model of choice for many organizations across the globe.

But how exactly do you implement Zero Trust? Download Forrester’s guide to develop your Zero Trust strategy and map out your security architecture.

A Practical Guide to a
Zero Trust Implementation

As the digital landscape evolves and the attack surface expands, security teams are faced with new challenges that require organizations to re-evaluate their cybersecurity strategy.

This Forrester Zero Trust guide will help you understand the fundamental shifts in strategy and architecture, plus provide you with a map of how to practically, and successfully, implement a Zero Trust network.

From start to finish, you will learn how to:

  • Plot your maturity to discover your starting point
  • Implement Zero Trust for your people, workloads, devices, networks, and data
  • Pitch your strategy and roadmap to the board
  • How Does a Zero Trust
    Network Work?

    A Zero Trust network works by focusing on securing resources (data, identities, and services) rather than securing a physical network.

    In its simplest form, the Zero Trust model shifts focus from various types of authentication and access controls, to tailored controls around sensitive data stores, applications, systems, and networks. These controls leverage identities, commission/decommission users and broker their access based on defined roles.

    Get Started with Implementing A Zero Trust Network Today

    Why Implement a Zero
    Trust Network?

    Zero Trust has been a big buzz word in cybersecurity lately — we’ve even witnessed President Biden sign an executive cybersecurity order this year that requires Zero Trust to become a top initiative for federal government agencies.

    A Zero Trust network architecture leverages micro-segmentation, security monitoring and response, and general protective/preventative controls that improve an organization’s cybersecurity posture and reduce risk to the business. Implementing a Zero Trust architecture gives CISO's confidence that access is granted to those who should have it, and denied to those who should not, regardless of the means or location of that access.

    This guide reveals how to go about transforming your technology infrastructure, and what that looks like based on your organization’s size, goals, and current legacy architecture.

    Download Forrester’s report now to learn about all the components of a Zero Trust ecosystem and how you can get started today.

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