According to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), identity and credential theft from phishing and spear-phishing attacks was the number one cybersecurity threat in 2019. With network boundaries dissolving from the proliferation of cloud computing, remote working and the Internet of Things (IoT), enterprises must rethink their user access policies to keep their networks and data secure.
To do this, many organizations are implementing Zero Trust policies, which remove the assumption of trust from users and networks. The Zero Trust model is identity-centric and demands advanced authentication methods only attainable through a strong MFA architecture.
Read this eBook for helpful information on shifting your authentication strategy to a Zero Trust model, including:
- Why so many organizations are adopting Zero Trust
- How using FIDO2 and PKI provides true passwordless authentication
- Why having a strong, unified access control solution is more critical than ever