Zero Trust Strategy Requires Securing IoT Devices
A Complete Zero Trust Strategy Must Include Securing IoT Devices
Today’s traditional network perimeter is dissipating with work from home, BYOD, corporate resources shifting to the cloud and Internet of Things (IoT) trends. Add to this the increase in cyberthreats, and the need to adopt a Zero Trust approach as a core strategy to enterprise security is not only undeniable, it’s a must.
Read Palo Alto Networks white paper on the three fundamental pillars of a Zero Trust security strategy, which must include securing IoT devices. Learn about the guiding principles of Zero Trust security and why legacy IoT security solutions are not designed for modern enterprise challenges. Our Zero Trust approach can help IT organizations:
- Discover and identify all devices
- Authenticate, define policy and segment IoT devices
- Continually assess and prevent risks
It’s inarguable that enterprises must embrace a new yet simplified approach to IoT security modeled steadfastly on Zero Trust security guiding principles.
Read our white paper to learn about the three essential pillars of a complete Zero Trust security strategy and see why securing unmanaged IoT devices is essential for modern enterprises.