Adopting a Zero Trust model means taking the first steps to redesigning your network in order to strengthen data security, detection, and response.
In such an ecosystem, it can no longer be about just writing security rules. Instead, enterprises must adopt a method of security intent and separate that desired goal of security from the specific implementation.
This hierarchy allows you to set a single global policy that’s applied to any network resource with all its defining attributes – regardless of mutations in the network.
At the same time, you can reduce the number of access requests that need to be managed manually and automatically ensure real-time compliance. And even more, business intent can be fully in line with security policy controlled at speed and scale.
At most hybrid enterprises right now, these aren't realities -- but they can be, and that's where network security is headed.
Join our guest, Forrester's Chase Cunningham, with FireMon's Vice President, Product Strategy at FireMon, Matt Dean for a look at the future of network security, which will ultimately enable each business team to fully own their security policies.