Zero trust requires the use of multiple data sources to evaluate user risk before authenticating and authorizing access to applications and data. With tens of thousands of employees, partners and corporate resources to consider, this requirement can quickly spell complexity, but it doesn’t have to.
- Why Zero Trust architectures are replacing network perimeters
- Requirements for architecting your Zero Trust control plane
- How to integrate identity validation and verification into the control plane
- Ways to apply Zero Trust principles to employee verification, password resets, partner onboarding and adaptive authentication
- A demonstration of Multi-Factor Authentication paired with Identity Verification