AT&T announced back in March that its workforce of more than 200,000 wold work-from-home because of the pandemic. Today’s columnist, Tawnya Lancaster of AT&T Cybersecurity, offers insights into how the pandemic has accelerated digital transformation and for security teams, adoption of the Zero Trust model. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

The pandemic has fundamentally changed how security teams think about protecting the business, in many cases accelerating digital transformation projects and placing renewed emphasis on the Zero Trust model for information security.

As security teams implement Zero Trust, it’s important to consider access management and control. In doing so, this reflects a larger shift in business, in which organizations require a more dynamic model for resilient, flexible enterprise security that does not create friction that may hinder day-to-day operations and workflow.

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