Zero trust can be better thought of as “least-privileged access,” says Banyan Security’s Jayanth Gummaraju, underscoring how the policy management framework is often misunderstood, especially for non-technical professionals. And he makes the case for why zero trust is superior to VPN technology – namely, faster deployment and easier to manage. Gummaraju also advocates using a phased approach in rolling out zero trust, rather than an organization-wide flash cut.
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Banyan Recommends Phased Approach When Introducing Zero Trust
Banyan Security’s Jayanth Gummaraju makes the case for why zero trust is superior to VPN technology.
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