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29% of Organizations Have or Are Implementing Zero Trust

May 20, 2020 | Content Aggregator - Single Slides | Authentication

Nearly 29% of organizations have a zero-trust model already in place or projects underway, while 43% are in some sort of planning stage. Nearly a third have no plans or are not familiar with zero trust.


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