Enterprise Security In the Coronavirus Pandemic Era: How to support remote work while securing the distributed enterprise through the Zero Trust security model

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Executive Summary

A transformation of the workplace occurred in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic as workers were required to work from home. This transformation will require a different approach to enterprise security called Zero Trust; this report provides an overview of the rapidly evolving market landscape to help buyers understand who some of the key incumbent and startup vendors are.b

Three Key Questions This Report Will Answer:

  • How has the sudden shift to remote work impacted enterprise security?
  • Are existing security approaches working as IT departments struggle to handle the shift?
  • How can cloud-based services can help securely scale remote work initiatives, and who are some of the key vendors?

WHAT’S IN THIS REPORT? In this report, Insider Intelligence will explain the Zero Trust concept, how it leverages user identity along with policy enforcement mechanisms, and why it is gaining traction with enterprises in the post-pandemic era. First, we will explore pandemic-driven trends in remote work and cybercrime, and highlight enterprises' challenges in responding, with a particular focus on VPN technology. Then, we will explain Zero Trust and how ZTNA services can help solve these challenges. We will provide an overview of the rapidly evolving ZTNA market landscape to help buyers understand who some of the key incumbent and startup vendors are. Finally, we will provide recommendations for starting to implement ZTNA services.

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Jim Davis