Can Zero Trust keep its promises? Discover the latest directives from the NSA


Can Zero Trust keep its promises? Discover the latest directives from the NSA

This week on cybersecurity from the editors of Cybercrime Magazine

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Sausalito, California – April 1, 2024

Techopedia Reports that Zero Trust has been hailed as a paradigm shift that could finally turn the tide against the rise of cybercrime. But despite growing industry consensus and a presidential executive order requiring all U.S. agencies to adopt it this year, many organizations appear stuck.

Gartner predicts that only 10% of large enterprises will have a mature Zero Trust program in place by 2026. Now, a report from the US National Security Agency (NSA) offers practical advice to companies struggling to develop a feasible Zero Trust implementation plan.

Is this enough to break the deadlock? Techopedia deciphers the NSA recommendationsspeaks to industry experts and suggests five ways businesses can take their Zero Trust architecture ambitions from roadmap to reality.

Why is Zero Trust architecture making headlines?

According to IBM, the average cost of a cyberattack reached $4.45 million in 2023, an increase of 15% over three years. Cybersecurity Ventures believes that global cost of cybercrime last year, the sum of 8 trillion US dollars rose to 9.5 trillion dollars in 2024.

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