Your business gives multiple users access to your company's resources. And despite the different goals and needs of these employees, partners, clients and customers, they all require some level of access to corporate information. The number of connections and resources you need to manage make user verification complex.
Moving to a hybrid, multicloud infrastructure means your resources are also likely scattered throughout multiple IT environments with varying levels of visibility and control. It’s difficult to know if the right user has the right access to the right data. You need context to help you make the right decisions.
Equally concerning is the prevalence of malicious activity, such as ransomware and phishing, that puts your network, digital assets and business at risk. According to the IBM Cost of Data Breach Report, costs surged 10% from last year.
An IBM zero trust security strategy can help organizations increase their cyber resiliency and manage the risks of a disconnected business environment, while still allowing users access to the appropriate resources. It’s a model and plan that uses context to securely connect the right users to the right data at the right time under the right conditions, while also protecting your organization from cyber threats.
Save time, money and maximize your current investments by using the tools you have and adding only what you need.
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Integrate your security tools and systems with an extensive partner ecosystem that can help you complete your overall zero trust strategy.
Organizations are turning to a zero trust strategy to modernize security and help prevent ransomware attacks. Zero trust continuously verifies users and helps reduce data exposure if there is a breach.
To protect your growth, organizational transformation and all the advantages of hybrid cloud, you need a modernized, reimagined focus on enterprise security with an emphasis on a zero trust approach.
Your security model should allow work from any place on any device with access to tools and data in any ecosystem. It should provide real-time context across all domains, a perfect job for zero trust.
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Featuring research by the Ponemon Institute, IBM produces an annual report on the cost of a data breach. The report offers insights from 537 real breaches to help you understand cyber risk in a changing world.
This global study examines the approaches organizations took to improve their overall cyber resilience. It also details the importance of cyber resilience to minimize business disruption in the face of cyberattacks as part of a strong security posture.