Zero trust is widely accepted as a powerful tool to secure complex IT environments and reduce attack surface. Yet adoption levels remain relatively low due to the challenges companies face with implementation, according to a recent survey conducted by CRA Business Intelligence, the research and content arm of the cybersecurity data and insights company CyberRisk Alliance.
Executives recognize the advantages of zero trust – including continuous protection for users, data and assets, the ability to proactively manage identities and threats, consistently enforce security policies, and detect and respond to threats faster. However, the report, based upon the responses of 216 security and IT leaders and executives, security administrators, and compliance professionals in the United States, reveals executives see many difficulties in implementing a zero-trust security model.
Download the full report to:
- Discover what’s driving current and future zero trust adoption.
- Learn why the implementation of zero trust architecture is so imperative given present workforce and endpoint security trends.
- Gather a greater understanding on the complexities of the zero trust framework and ways to prepare for implementation.