Likely, your business gives multiple users access to your company's resources. And despite their different goals and needs, whether employees, partners or clients and customers, they all require some level of access to corporate information. Also likely, it's a lot of resources to manage and a lot of connections making user verification complex.
To make matters even more complex, moving to a hybrid, multicloud infrastructure also means your resources could be scattered throughout multiple IT environments with varying levels of visibility and control. In other words, you might not know if the right user has the right access to the right data. You need context to help you make decisions.
An IBM zero trust security strategy can help organizations manage the risks of a disconnected business environment, allowing users enough access to the appropriate resources. Using context, it's a model and plan for securely connecting the right users to the right data at the right time under the right conditions.
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