In the first article in this series, we discussed what zero trust security is and why it matters. In the second article in this series, we talked about the benefits of zero trust network access. In this third article installment, we will dive into using zero trust models within container security. In this fourth article, we will discuss the future of zero trust in a world that is increasingly remote.
While remote work originally appeared en masse as a Band-Aid fix for organizations to keep working during the COVID-19 pandemic, it is now decidedly here to stay.
According to research from McKinsey shows that most executives no longer plan to have non-essential staff working on-site five days a week.
And employees are happily abiding.