NIST: A Foundation for Zero Trust
NIST’s NCCoE Zero Trust Architecture report details how organizations of all types can implement fine-grained access control to fully realize Zero Trust practices and improve security posture; at the center of this recommendation is a unified source of identity, delivered by the RadiantOne Intelligent Identity Data Platform.
This paper includes:
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Learn the benefits of an Identity Data Fabric
Lay the groundwork for successful Zero Trust initiatives
Trusted identity data is the basis of all security decisions in a Zero Trust Architecture.
Build your identity unification platform to enable strict Zero Trust verification
Deliver a single source of truth to drive policy decisions and user experience
Quickly enable the secure progressive disclosures that define successful ZTA
See how RadiantOne powers positive outcomes
Only RadiantOne offers a flexible, interoperable layer that radically simplifies your most complex identity management projects.
You're Closer to Zero Than You Think
Experts from Radiant Logic, Okta, Zscaler, and Trustwave discuss the challenges many agencies are facing today including; where to start, how to prioritize, and most importantly how to map out a plan and framework that is achievable for their use cases.