Is 2023 the “Year of Zero Trust?” Well, Maybe…
Though it isn’t new, Zero Trust is everywhere. From marketing campaigns to technical RFPs, it’s clear organizations understand the criticality of implementing a successful Zero Trust initiative. So does this mean 2023 will be the “Year of Zero Trust?” Not so fast. Though the concept has been around for some time, its move to a pragmatic initiative complete with actionable guidance around deployment is still relatively new.
Solutions Review’s Expert Insights Series is a collection of contributed articles written by industry experts in enterprise software categories. Jim Barkdoll, President & CEO of Axiomatics, looks at signs pointing to 2023 as The Year of Zero Trust and elaborates why it’s a “strong maybe” and not a “yes”.
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