2022 Report:
Moving to a State
of Zero Trust

The Latest Analyst Insights

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Find out what Zero Trust means for your organization’s security architecture, from implementation to user segmentation.
“By removing implicit trust and access to resources based on that trust, you significantly limit the ability of an account to access resources for which it is not authorized.” – Matt Bromiley, SANS Certified Instructor

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  • Explore the concept of Zero Trust and how it influences your network security
  • Understand the challenges and benefits of implementing Zero Trust 
  • Deep dive into Zero Trust case studies and see how your organization fits in

Network Security Begins with Zero Trust

Zero Trust Network Access helps organizations manage network access for on-premises or remote employees while reducing the maintenance and hardware costs of physical alternatives. It also enables a stronger user-centric security posture based on identity and context, rather than on physical locations, enabling flexible remote work and secure access to cloud-based resources.

Perimeter 81 Zero Trust Network Access is offered via the integration of several technologies including Identity Provider-based authentication and Single Sign-On, policy-based network segmentation, encrypted tunneling, and real-time activity monitoring