* Courtesy of our partners Fortinet:
The zero-trust network security model has become a pervasive topic for IT professionals . Many organizations have a vision of what they want or need in terms of zero-trust and zero-trust network access (ZTNA), but the completeness of their vision isn’t necessarily being translated into the solutions they’re able to put in place .
Most organizations claim to either have a zero-trust access (ZTA) or ZTNA strategy either in place or in active deployment. However, most also report that they cannot consistently authenticate users or devices and struggle to monitor users after authentication.
Additionally, many organizations also report that implementing zero trust across an extended network is difficult . Because these are generally considered to be fundamental zero-trust functions, it appears that many organizations either misunderstand zero trust or that their solutions are being incompletely deployed.
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