Learn how ARCON | PAM adopts CARTA to help organizations build a secure framework around its most trusted privileged identities.
There has been a lot of buzz around the Zero Trust security model. It is gaining wide-spread acceptability because it addresses one of the biggest IT challenges – identity security. Indeed, this model is a radical shift from a conventional perimeter-centric security approach to a unified data and identity-centric security approach. A general framework of the Zero Trust model is that it never assumes “trust” but continuously assesses it. Once applied, it provides greater visibility and analytics of identities present in every layer of IT infrastructure, ensuring better IT governance.