With the rise in remote work, Zero Trust security grew tremendously in the past year. And that’s not going to change anytime soon. 82% of company leaders plan to allow at least partial remote work after the pandemic, and 47% will allow employees to permanently work from home full-time.
At the same time, identity-based attacks skyrocketed last year. This means that developing a Zero Trust security strategy that gives the right people access to the right resources at the right time is critical.