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Are Federal Regulations the Watershed Moment for Zero Trust?

With federal regulations related to zero trust and cybersecurity looming, many believe this will be the catalyst for an increase in deployments.

While the past decade focused on determining an organization’s readiness for digital transformation, the 2020s are undoubtedly the decade where organizations try and secure their transformed architectures. More often than not, these efforts center on implementing a Zero Trust strategy.

But while many enterprises advocate and agree with the zero trust mantra of “never trust, always verify,” these organizations still struggle when it comes to deployment. In fact, Gartner predicts that by 2026, 10% of large enterprises will have a comprehensive, mature and measurable zero trust program in place, up from less than 1% today. While that’s an impressive level of growth, it also highlights the gap that exists between strategy alignment and deployment.

Read the full article by Axiomatics President & CEO Jim Barkdoll, courtesy of Security Magazine.

About Axiomatics

Axiomatics is the originator and leading provider of runtime, fine-grained authorization delivered with attribute-based access control (ABAC) for applications, data, APIs, and microservices. The company’s Orchestrated Authorization strategy enables enterprises to effectively and efficiently connect Axiomatics’ award-winning authorization platform to critical security implementations, such as Zero Trust or identity-first security. The world’s largest enterprises and government agencies continually depend on Axiomatics’ award-winning authorization platform to share sensitive, valuable, and regulated digital assets – but only to authorized users and in the right context. Please visit our website or follow us on LinkedIn, Twitter, and YouTube to learn more.

Kelly O'Dwyer-Manuel

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