Validated Zero Trust 101 Guide
Zero trust stops intruders in their tracks — but only if it works. An untested cybersecurity program presents a risk to your business. So how can you ensure that your zero trust investments perform as they should?
It’s time for organizations to pivot, adopt, and invest in a new cybersecurity mindset to limit an intruder’s movement once they gain a foothold in your network. By testing your cyberdefense capabilities against real-world threats with real-time performance data, you can ensure that your zero trust investments will work as intended when the adversary strikes.
In our latest guide, we’ll walk through what it takes to adopt a zero trust mindset for your organization. You’ll learn:
- Why validated zero trust is so important,
- How a validated zero trust architecture prevents a given threat from happening,
- Steps to move toward a validated zero trust architecture,
- And the technologies and processes your architecture needs for validated zero trust.