Zero Trust is a cybersecurity model that requires all users, inside or outside an organization, to be authorized and authenticated at every stage of digital interaction. A Zero Trust policy requires constant validation to reduce the number of cyberattacks by unauthorized users attempting to access organizational resources.
According to Microsoft’s Zero Trust Adoption Report 2021, 96% of security decision-makers said that Zero Trust architecture is critical to their organization’s success. Additionally, 73% of respondents expect their Zero Trust budget to increase in the next two years.
Based on the tenets of Zero Trust from the NIST 800-207 guidelines of ZTA, you can use the action items below to begin implementing a Zero Trust security model at your business.
Armis monitors network traffic and allows organizations to take a closer look at abnormal behavior that could indicate compromised data or devices. Capable of protecting all seven of the core Zero Trust pillars, Armis easily integrates with your existing network and identity service providers and shares data with your Zero Trust security system to help you assess and take action against potential cyber threats.