451 Research — Building Resilient Zero-Trust Capabilities

Zero Trust is a broad term in which the intent can be clear but the details less well-defined. Zero Trust architectures and Zero Trust Network Access are often conflated, for example.

While ZTNA is a necessary element of any Zero Trust security approach, ZTNA on its own is not sufficient to meet zero trust objectives. It must be part of an integrated approach.

This report discusses building a foundation for a complete, integrated zero-trust architecture, which requires the creation of capabilities that are resilient. When this security posture is deployed correctly, it can address 6/10 top pain points identified by IT professionals in a recent 451 Research study.

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"For a zero-trust environment to be truly resilient, it must bring together endpoint security, secure access capabilities, network visibility and management into an integrated system."

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