Four Ways Isolated Authorization Challenges Zero Trust Success
While incorporating a Zero Trust framework is now an industry standard, those looking to implement Zero Trust while still leveraging isolated authorization as part of their access management strategy will face significant roadblocks.
A successful Zero Trust strategy is built on a modern approach to access control that is adopted by the organization, while attributes and signals for policy context continuously evolve based on new requirements and potential threats to the business.
For a successful Zero Trust outcome, organizations must move from an isolated approach to a more dynamic solution using Orchestrated Authorization.
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This executive brief will explain why isolated authorization is incompatible with a Zero Trust cybersecurity framework and outline why leveraging Orchestrated Authorization within a Zero Trust model best meets the needs of the modern enterprise.
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While downloading our brief, also grab our infographic that provides some more detail on the limitations of isolated authorization and why it matters: