What drives Zero Trust decisions?

In this paper, you’ll find:

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A detailed analysis of the survey findings and what they mean for your Zero Trust journey

Expert insights from former federal CIO Tony Scott and cybersecurity authority Dr. Chase Cunningham

Proven strategies for making your implementation successful

How the right Zero Trust provider can help you make ZT principles a reality

Whether you’ve already embarked on your Zero Trust journey or you're just getting started, you probably have questions. You might be wondering how other organizations have approached the decisions you’re facing. What problems did they hope to solve with a Zero Trust framework? How did they implement Zero Trust security?

In this study, we interviewed 1,283 InfoSec leaders to understand how they make decisions around Zero Trust implementation. How important do companies consider Zero Trust? How quickly are they planning to move to a Zero Trust model? What technical and operational challenges are they looking to Zero Trust vendors to help them solve?

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About the experts:

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Tony Scott Tony Scott was the third federal CIO (2015-2018) in United States history. One of the world’s foremost security and IT experts, Tony has served as CIO at VMware, CIO at Microsoft Corporation, CIO at The Walt Disney Company, and CTO at General Motors.

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Chase Cunningham, Chase Cunningham, PhD is a retired US Navy Chief Cryptologist and a preeminent expert on cybersecurity. He has deep technical expertise and extensive hands-on experience in cyberforensics, analytics, and offensive and defensive cyberoperations. He has worked with the NSA, CIA, FBI and other government agencies, as well as Fortune 500 companies looking to improve their security postures.