The shift to remote work and cloud-based services means more critical business operations are being conducted outside the corporate network. With this increased flexibility comes greater risk—cybercriminals have more opportunities than ever to infiltrate.

As the enterprise security perimeter evolves, employees, contractors, vendors, even bots are the new corporate firewall. That’s where the Zero Trust security model can make all the difference.

To implement Zero Trust, the organizations must address all the resources that encompass identities (person and non-person entries), credentials, access management, operations, endpoints, hosting environments and the interconnecting infrastructure.

Identity and Access Management together with Privileged and Access Management are major pillars in achieving a Zero Trust architecture in the organization.

After having the identities managed and the processes automated, the next natural step is to start protecting the data by implementing a Privileged Access Management solution. This will both manage the sensitive and powerful credentials and it will segregate their access.

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