The Building Blocks of Zero Trust
What does it really take to achieve an effective zero trust security posture?
It’s every cybersecurity marketer’s favorite word...but the hype is real around zero trust. The problem, however, is that companies are experiencing a failure to launch when it comes to adopting and implementing zero trust security policies.
In this white paper, Portnox paves a path forward to establishing an effective, long-term zero trust security strategy, and takes an in-depth look at:
- The evolution of zero trust
- Why zero trust is so popular
- Zero trust implementation challenges
- Shortcomings with current ZTNA solutions
- How to achieve universal zero trust
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Customers Are Saying...
When we initially got access to the environment to conduct our proof of concept, we set up our account and then set a meeting for a week out to assess where we were and what we still needed to do. Well, my systems admin basically got everything configured in a few days all on his own.
National IT Director @ AbsoluteCare
Our network engineers have found Portnox very easy to configure. The team particularly likes that there’s no on-prem component or need to upgrade servers on a regular basis.
IT Security Manager @ Univ. of Denver
We conducted a test of Portnox CLEAR – your cloud NAC service – for access control across our WiFi environment. It took literally ten minutes to set up with the help of Portnox’s support engineer.
IT Infrastructure Engineer @ Schuman Cheese
We decided to go with Portnox because of its ease-of-deployment - we were set up within half an hour, and are very satisfied with how easy it is to use this centrally managed solution....With Portnox, it’s been easy to scale to other locations quickly.
Head of IT @ McLaren Group