Digital identity and Zero Trust
A Zero Trust Architecture (ZTA) limits the damage a bad actor can do by focusing on securing the identity rather than the perimeter. The purpose of this modern approach is to enable a user to access information only in accordance with policy and permissions.
At the core of Zero Trust lies identity and access management (IAM), which are the policies and technologies to ensure that the right users have access to the right data and applications, for the right reasons.
Build a digital identity strategy without user barriers
The methods of securing identities must be transparent, or they’ll be ignored. People prefer convenience to security and will find ways to work around technology that gets in their way.
Your identity-centric Zero Trust strategy starts here
Implementing Zero Trust requires an identity-centric strategy that can be daunting for organisations with decentralized, mixed ecosystems. Understand the capabilities you need with the Imprivata digital identity framework.
phishing, and other cyberattacks continuing to increase in volume, sophistication, and
financial impact, you can't afford to ignore them – figuratively and literally. In fact, the average
cost of a data breach was more than AU$6.53 million in 20221. But damages aren’t just
financial, either, as your reputation is also on the line.
implement a secure digital identity management solution that
pleases staff, vendors, and cyber insurance providers alike