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The NWC Guide to Implementing Zero-Trust Networks

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As cyberthreats are becoming increasingly sophisticated and pervasive, businesses both big and small must adopt security measures that can protect their assets and maintain the trust of their customers.

Over the past few years, the zero-trust security network model has become one of the most popular security frameworks. According to a 2022 report, over half of the organizations surveyed rely on zero-trust networks to manage their security risk. For these organizations, a zero-trust approach shifts focus from a traditional perimeter-based security perspective to a more comprehensive, data-centric one.

In The NWC Guide to Implementing Zero-Trust Networks, you’ll find:

  • A thorough exploration of the zero-trust network model, its underlying principles, key components, and the reasons behind its growing popularity.
  • Pros and cons to consider before making the jump to a zero-trust approach alongside comparisons to alternative models.
  • Best practices and guidelines for implementing and optimizing your zero-trust network to ensure long-term success and resilience against novel threats.
  • Recommendations for building a zero-trust strategy in your organization, including factors like budget, infrastructure, and tools.

Ultimately, with this report, you'll gain a deep understanding of the Zero Trust Network approach and the knowledge required to implement and maintain a robust, effective security framework in your business.