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 multiple endpoints including IoT devices, 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 malware, ransomware and phishing, that puts your network, digital assets and business at risk. According to the IBM Cost of Data Breach Report, costs surged 15% over the last 3 years.
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 sensitive data at the right time under the right conditions, while also protecting your organization from cyberthreats. The approach helps create zero trust policies, which allows highly protected remote work, hybrid work and also provides a high security posture for the standard, on-premises, behind the firewall work model.
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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, functionalities and systems with an extensive partner ecosystem of providers 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 a user’s identity 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 zero trust network access (ZTNA).
Your security model should allow work from any place on any device on any apps 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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Centralize workforce and consumer identity and access management (IAM) with IBM Security Verify and reduce the risk of cyberattack with privileged access management (PAM) solutions and access control.
Manage and secure your mobile workforce with AI-driven unified endpoint management (UEM) SaaS solution like IBM Security MaaS360® and protect sensitive data across multiple environments, including for remote users.
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Learn more about zero trust security, why it's important to use a zero trust model and how it works.
The Cost of a Data Breach 2023 Report explores financial impacts and security measures that can help your organization avoid a data breach, or in the event of a breach, mitigate costs.
Read about the latest on zero trust security approaches, threats and security vulnerabilities on the Security Intelligence blog.
Ransomware has crippled organizations across the globe, carrying with it a price tag well into the billions of dollars every year. Learn the different types and critical steps for protecting your business.
This global study examines the approaches organizations took to improve their overall cyber resilience. It also details the importance of cyber security and resilience to minimize business disruption in the face of cyberattacks as part of a strong security posture.
Whether with a security expert to guide you or through exploring for yourself, you can find the right solution for your zero trust security needs here. Our security teams are standing by to help you take the next step in the zero trust journey.