The online world runs on trust. But recent hacks—including the SolarWinds hack and the Nobelium exploit of U.S. AID—demonstrate that trust can be a major liability. Zero trust identity strategies can help prevent hacks and protect users, businesses, and sensitive information.
Business applications and databases are moving to the cloud, erasing the traditional IT perimeter. At the same time, remote workers are logging in from more places, on more devices, than ever before. To protect both users and data, you need an identity platform that can handle both authentication and governance.
The Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack makes a clear case for a strong program of identity and access management in which identity governance and multi-factor authentication (MFA) play critical roles in keeping attackers out and keeping assets safe.