Identity and access management (IAM) has long been touted as an effective way to ensure data security by providing access only to those who have the correct permissions. In today’s increasingly distributed IT environment, more organizations look for zero-trust computing architectures that rely on more sophisticated approaches to IAM based on multi-factor authentication.
Download this infographic to learn about:
- Identity challenges
- The drivers of IAM change
- Reasons for adopting a zero-trust computing architecture
- The five zero-trust steps you should follow