The Role of Identity for Zero Trust

Identity is central to Zero Trust. Zero Trust as the established leading principle for cybersecurity is about continuous verification instead of trust into a one-time proof by a singular system. Verification requires the availability of consistent, comprehensive, correct, and current identity information at run-time. Identity Data Integration and Identity Information Quality are fundamentals for Zero Trust.

Key takeaways from this research include:
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    The 5 fundamentals of handling identity in Zero Trust
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    The role of identity information quality & integration in Zero Trust
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    The 7 pillars of Zero Trust & how to make it a reality

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