Myth vs Reality: Join as Centrify Debunks 5 Myths of Zero Trust Security

January 15, 2019

In 2018, Zero Trust Security gained a lot of popularity, as more organizations recognized the merit of the Zero Trust approach to security. We saw the term go from being a buzzword to an actual security approach that organizations have engaged and started to implement.

That’s the good news.

The bad news is that when it comes to actually implementing a Zero Trust Security model, many still don’t know where to start. And there are several misconceptions surrounding Zero Trust that further impede adoption.

This might explain why, despite the rise in awareness about Zero Trust Security, an incredible 66% of companies were breached in 2017, with some averaging five or more separate breaches in a 12-month period. The numbers for 2018 are still coming in.

Given the realities of today’s dynamic threatscape, Zero Trust Security is an antidote to becoming the next data breach headline. And as we kick off 2019, there’s never been a better time to rethink outdated enterprise security strategies and move towards Zero Trust Security.

To get started, join us on January 31st for the “Debunked: 5 Myths of Zero Trust Security” webinar to:

  • Clarify and correct top Zero Trust misconceptions
  • Learn best practices of adopting Zero Trust in your organization
  • Identify next steps to ensure a successful implementation
  • Get answers to your Zero Trust Security questions

Here are a few words from Centrify’s hosts of the webinar, Tony Goulding, Senior Director of Technical Marketing, and Torsten George, Senior Director of Product Marketing.

Click here to register now and reserve your spot!

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