Why We Need to Consolidate Digital Identity Management Before Zero Trust
The concept of zero trust has been around for nearly two decades, but it is only recently that the security model has caught on and is now one of the hottest trends in cybersecurity. A Microsoft report found that 90% of security decision-makers are now familiar with the concept, up from 20% just one year ago. But adoption is still a challenge as organizations rethink how they handle identity management. This surge in popularity is no doubt related to both growth in enterprise cloud computing and the rise of remote working. It’s now expected that employees can access their organization’s data from a range of devices, locations, and geographies.