What is Zero Trust and why is it so important?

Why you should never trust and always verify


What is Zero Trust and why is it important for businesses today?

Our information security lead and ‘ethical hacker’ Dave Higgs explains everything about the concept of Zero Trust in our latest guide. Using the ‘medieval castle’ analogy he provides some useful insight into areas for any business to consider when embarking on a Zero Trust journey.

The “Zero Trust” methodology is a concept born out of a response to the emerging threats and a changing IT landscape. The basis for this methodology is that even if someone is inside the ‘trusted’ part of your network, they should still be treated like someone who is outside of this network.

Regardless of where the request originates or what resource it accesses, Zero Trust teaches us to “never trust, always verify.”

Download our guide to the Zero Trust security methodology

Why adopt Zero Trust?

The pandemic has been a key catalyst for this with so many people working from home where they aren’t properly protected by the corporate firewall.

"Businesess that have enabled critical applications to be publicly available for remote working staff during the pandemic have potentially increased the attack surface for hackers".

Dave Higgs, Information Security Lead at Opus

The Zero Trust principal facilitates new software and infrastructure products and incorporating faster, more robust, and secure features and functionality that align with what today’s businesses will need both now and into the future.

This guide provides a useful overview for any business leader who is looking to implement a Zero Trust methodology within their business.

Download it now and discover answers to the following questions:

  • What is Zero Trust?
  • Why is Zero Trust so important for businesses today?
  • What impact has the pandemic had on security?
  • Can I purchase a Zero Trust product?

And more ….

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