Does Your Board Have Zero Trust?

Financial firms’ boards are increasingly taking a more hands-on role towards IT security—thus driving adoption of important new security measures for their firms and the industry as a whole.


As financial firms continue to grapple with security concerns relating to their staff working from home during the coronavirus pandemic, an approach called Zero-Trust Architecture (ZTA)—which was already gaining traction prior to the outbreak—is emerging as a potential solution to some enterprise-wide security challenges.

ZTA essentially locks down sensitive systems and data, removing any notion of inherent trust in a user or device trying to access them simply by virtue of being on a company’s

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