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Mobilising a zero trust security model: SMBs are charting a new course

From enterprises to small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs), companies are moving toward a more distributed workforce and IT model.

Many are safeguarding their distributed workforces with a Zero Trust security model, which states that every single user or device that wants access to their data needs to be verified. Zero Trust is the security strategy of choice for SMBs who want to protect their information and infrastructure.

To see the four stages of Zero Trust preparedness, download Okta’s identity and access management (IAM) maturity curve.

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You’ll learn:

  • What the four stages of IAM maturity look like
  • Where today’s SMBs sit on the IAM maturity curve
  • The top Zero Trust challenges for SMBs
Mobilizing a Zero Trust Security Model

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