Practical Projects For Implementing Zero Trust

There’s more than one path on the journey to Zero Trust. Although the goal of Zero Trust is similar regardless of the specifics — to remove trust assumptions and reduce cyber risk — there are different ways to implement the tools and processes that make Zero Trust possible.

Gartner tackled this topic in its recent publication “What Are Practical Projects for Implementing Zero Trust?” The report includes actionable guidance to help organizations as they consider specific projects, such as user-to-application segmentation (ZTNA) and Workload-to-workload segmentation (identity-based segmentation), in their Zero Trust implementation.

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Gartner, What Are Practical Projects for Implementing Zero Trust?, John Watts, Neil MacDonald, 17 March 2021

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