Osterman Research: Why Zero Trust is Important for Credit Unions

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Zero trust is expected to double the average efficacy of cybersecurity protections against a range of threats and incident types.
Organizations view strengthening identity and access management as the key design modification for zero trust initiatives, with confidential files being the most important data source to protect. Most organizations expect to be fully deployed with a zero trust architecture within two years.
Check out this whitepaper which reports on how your credit union peers are deploying and planning to deploy a zero trust architecture. It offers direction to decision-makers and influencers on best practices and solutions to support the move to zero trust.