Learn 10 tips for enabling Zero Trust cybersecurity

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  With the widespread adoption of the public cloud, more organizations are pivoting from a perimeter-based security model to a Zero Trust model. Under a Zero Trust model, all network connections are treated as threats that must be vetted, resulting in a proactive, boundaryless approach to security. Transitioning to Zero Trust security can take years of time, money, and effort—which is why it’s important to set yourself up for success. Read the e-book, 10 Tips for Enabling Zero Trust Security, to learn how to: Realign your access requests around identity.Use controls that grant access based on identity, access rights, device health, and a variety of other conditions.Plan for a strategy that includes both existing network protections and newer, identity-based controls.Aggregate your data using a security information and event management (SIEM) system.Empower your users to carry out self-service tasks, such as password resets.