What Do You Think Of NIST Implementing Zero Trust?

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Wade Ellery
Wade Ellery , Solutions Architects and Senior Evangelist
InfoSec Expert
July 12, 2022 8:38 am

“The journey towards a Zero Trust starts with understanding the transformative nature of this new IT security architecture. At the core, Zero Trust enhances the knowledge available to make authentication or authorisation decisions in a more secure and granular way. The evolution of existing environments to a Zero Trust architecture can start today with existing infrastructure and the incremental addition of functionality with an eye on business continuity and end user experience. 

Today’s preliminary practice guide outlines several vetted scenarios across a number of off-the-shelf technologies. NIST has done an excellent job in ensuring that companies have the needed information in a timely manner. Not only is the speed of delivery exceptional, the collaboration with their partners and use of commercially available products provides deep insights for successful ZTA implementations.  

We are so excited to be included in this momentous project and look forward to working closely with NIST and our fellow collaborators to make Zero Trust achievable in the private sector.” 

Last edited 4 months ago by Wade Ellery
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