Zero-trust is a security framework that requires all users accessing an organization’s resources to be authenticated, authorized, and continuously validated. While the framework has rapidly gained prominence over the last few years, there are still many myths and misconceptions regarding what zero-trust actually is and what it means for your organization.
ECS’ experts know how to guide organizations of all sizes to successful alignment with zero-trust principles, so we decided to take a moment to correct five of the biggest zero-trust misconceptions currently circulating.
Achieve Zero-Trust with ECS
Still struggling with how to put it all together? That’s where ECS comes in. We know how to assess your organization’s alignment with zero-trust principles, identify gaps, and deliver solutions that close them.
Don’t leave your organization vulnerable — reach out to our experts and start securing your organization with zero-trust today.