Zero Trust, a phrase coined by Forrester in 2009, is not a commonly used cybersecurity strategy in Australia and the Asia-Pacific region. In the United States, large technology companies and the federal government have been eager to adopt Zero Trust. But in Australia and New Zealand, Zero Trust adoption has been prolonged. People were confused about what Zero Trust means.
Yet now, the adoption of Zero Trust has been growing steadily. The dynamics that forced it to change involve the significant change in the threat landscape, the way we work, and the demands of citizens for data privacy and confidentiality. As people slowly grasp the concept of Zero Trust, they are confused about where to start.
Watch this presentation supported by the latest Forrester research to understand more about the steady path of evolving towards the Zero Trust security model in Australia.
What you’ll learn
- The core principles of Zero Trust
- Factors that impede the adoption of Zero Trust
- A piecemeal approach for implementing Zero Trust architecture
- How to start evolving towards the Zero Trust security model
- How to know your Zero Trust starting point