ESG Report: Securing a remote workforce with a zero trust strategy

The sudden surge in remote work and the associated direct-to-cloud consumption of SaaS applications have challenged the role of the physical perimeter in providing secure access to a range of business applications. Zero trust as an approach to implementing least privileged access policies is emerging as a foundational cybersecurity construct for securing the modern workplace.

This paper, by ESG, offers a zero trust framework as a way forward for securing today’s remote workforce while supporting the business workflows that rely on the extensive use of cloud services and collaboration with colleagues and third-parties alike. ESG examines:

  • The expanded identity perimeter
  • Cyber adversary activities
  • The role of strategic of zero-trust as a strategic framework
  • Recommendations for getting started on a zero trust implementation

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