Zero Trust benefits remote work during pandemic

“The COVID-19 pandemic has prompted 60% of enterprises to accelerate their Zero Trust networking strategies. Just 15% of organizations slowed down in response to the public-health crisis, and 25% reported no effect, according to Enterprise Management Associates research.

Every vendor has its own definition of Zero Trust, but in this context EMA defines it as a network-security model that minimizes risk by applying granular policies and controls to network access and network communications.” – read more at NetWorkWorld!