A Study on Rapid Adoption of Zero Trust Network Architectures by Global Organizations Due to COVID-19 Pandemic
Organizations must move to identify the finest alternative techniques to secure servers as they assess numerous methods to improve data security. Due to the emergence of COVID-19, many institutions have turned their attention to Zero Trust Network Architecture (ZTNA) to prevent data loss, particularly from remote personnel. Zero trust uses a multifactor authentication system that requires all users to confirm their identity or the device they’re using before connecting to a network. This security process has been effective in removing the flaws of the castle-and-moat concept that were previously employed, and it might allow an independent attack. Once in a network, an individual cannot access all materials. Following COVID-19, this cybersecurity strategy will be beneficial in providing a streamlined user experience, allowing people to manage and find content with ease. Customers benefit from the design because it establishes a unified platform that can be utilised to boost security. Every company should assess the technology’s ability to assist minimise future security and financial losses when doing a cost-benefit analysis. As a result, the purpose of this research is to investigate the general motivations, as well as the obstacles and benefits, for businesses that have either embraced or are assessing various solutions, including ZTNA, to fast enable their work.
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Mewar University, Rajasthan, India.
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