Adaptive Segmentationmicro-segmentation August 13, 2020

Zero in on Zero Trust in 2020: Report Overview

Dan Gould,

Zero Trust.

You have undoubtedly heard a lot about it over the past year – let’s remember why that is.

It is because attacks and breaches continue to occur. Zero Trust bolsters defense-in-depth to make it harder for attackers to access systems and for attackers or threats that do gain a foothold to move laterally.

Zero Trust ensures a single security incident or event does not become a full-scale breach.

We partnered with Virtual Intelligence Briefing (ViB), an interactive online community focused on emerging through rapid growth stage technologies, to survey 461 IT and security professionals from a cross-section of mid- to large-sized companies to explore the role Zero Trust plays in a cybersecurity defense strategy. Some of the key findings include:

  • How many respondents do not think Zero Trust is important for their enterprise security posture.
  • How many respondents have fully implemented or widely implemented their Zero Trust plan.
  • How many respondents understand the specific Zero Trust technologies that organizations have deployed — now and next year

Here are what a few respondents had to say:


With our Zero Trust report, you can benchmark your efforts against peers and continue to move towards an even more robust security posture.

Download our free report, Zero in on Zero Trust, or read our accompanying press release to understand how organizations consider it part of the overall security strategy and, more specifically, what technologies they will pursue now and next year.

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