Removing the security roadblocks to digital transformation with 'zero-trust'

For zero trust to work effectively, it must be implemented in a way that is intuitive and seamless for the end-user. A central set of policies can be introduced that are governed by a single sign-in process.

by Richard Archdeacon

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