Financial services companies operate in data-rich environments that are constantly shifting, opening them up to new vulnerabilities and making them significant targets for cyberattacks. Adopting a Zero Trust-based approach to their security architecture is essential for them to maintain the cyber resilience needed to avoid damaging attacks.
Leveraging Zero Trust as a framework for safeguarding data and infrastructure directly addresses the many IT security challenges banking and capital markets companies face. They must combat cybersecurity threats, protect valuable digital assets, secure remote workers and meet stringent compliance requirements that are unique to the industry. Embracing Zero Trust involves more than implementing new solutions; it requires a different approach and change in mindset — one that encompasses all aspects of the business and focuses on the security of the enterprise.
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