A Global Survey of Security Teams, IT Professionals, and Executives

Companies’ operating models today are significantly more complex than they were just a couple of years ago. Remote employees accessing key systems and data, more applications, and information stored and flowing through the cloud, are all helping drive this complexity. Companies are also increasingly reliant on their supply chain, which means partners, suppliers, and shippers are now typically directly connected to a company’s systems. This has driven the need for a zero trust approach and identity solutions. However, this research finds that integration requirements may be a roadblock to timely implementation.

This report reviews key findings from a global primary research survey with executives, as well as security and technology professionals.

Download the report to understand:

  • Current identity and zero trust trends, adoption rates, incidents, solutions used, challenges encountered, new areas of focus, etc.
  • The integration requirements and techniques for zero trust solutions and how they interact with other key business applications and systems.

Key findings from the report:

  • 76% of organizations are still in the process of implementing a zero trust approach to secure their environment
  • 81% reported 2 or more identity issues over the last 18 months
  • 63% reported identity issues were directly related to privileged users and credentials, and 5% aren’t sure
  • 93% reported identity issues stemming from integration problems

The focus forward for most companies is to make the zero trust implementation road shorter and less challenging. A key consideration is a zero trust technology ecosystem that integrates well together and out-of-the-box natively.

Prefers reduced motion setting detected. Animations will now be reduced as a result.