Zero-Trust Efforts Rise With The Tide Of Remote Working
Dark Reading, July 13th, 2020
July 26, 2020,
Volume 268, Issue 4

"With coronavirus infections continuing to rise in many areas of the United States, remote work will remain in the future for most companies, leading business leaders to speed adoption of a variety of distributed security measures," reports Robert Lemos in Dark Reading.

"In particular, the model of zero trust has gained momentum, moving from a possible approach to security to a necessary piece of surviving in the future. Underscoring that, more than 70% of organizations indicate that they are considering adopting a zero-trust model for security following the pandemic and the move to extensive remote work, according to a survey conducted by virtual private networking firm NetMotion Software..."

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