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TECH SUPPLIER Mar 2019 - Market Perspective - Doc # AP44701719

Distributed Integrity Provides the Utmost Trust to Modern Enterprises: A Review of 7 Zero Trust Vendors

By: Cathy HuangAssociate Research Director, Services and Security, IDC Asia/Pacific, Rijo George ThomasSenior Market Analyst

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This IDC Market Perspective discusses the concept and principles guiding distributed integrity architecture, a term coined by IDC in 2016 that has a lot of similarities to Zero Trust Architecture. It surveys the current market landscape flourishing with the so-called "zero trust" vendors and studies seven of them in detail. The new enterprise security architecture, distributed integrity or zero trust, shifts access controls from the perimeter to individual devices and users. It requires dynamic verification continuously treating access from within the network just the same as access from outside the network, in other words, no one is trusted. It also implies more stringent authentication methods and uses a "least privilege" account philosophy.


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