Conclusion: The rise in the number of employees working remotely has transitioned security implementations in favour of zero trust architecture to replace traditional, static security perimeters. But while the extensive set of current technologies and processes in a zero trust model are designed to prioritise real-time visibility into every user’s behaviour, no solution is perfect. As such, integrating a combination of security solutions is necessary since no tool or method is enough on its own. By combining technological assets, security teams can create a cohesive strategy that provides real-time intelligence across multiple networks that enables organisations to respond more quickly to internal attacks.

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