In the face of rising cyber threats, the concept of "zero trust" has emerged as a viable alternative to conventional security approaches. This white paper explores zero trust principles and implementation strategies, demonstrating how companies can effectively safeguard critical resources and data against internal and external threats.
Particular focus is placed on the integration of zero trust solutions with hardware authentication, such as FIDO security keys. The objective is to clarify that zero trust is not a complex concept but rather a set of defined principles and best practices that enhance security and minimize risks.
- Why zero trust is the best defense
- Two-factor authentication with FIDO
- More than FIDO: additional security features (HOTP & PIV)
- User authentication for government agencies and large enterprises