Zero-Trust adoption seen as a response to data breaches in Europe

03/03/2023 | Forrester

The adoption of zero-trust is evolving rapidly in Europe and is being driven by data breaches, according to Forrester. In Europe, Zero Trust is seen as a means to deal with the evolving threat landscape while remaining flexible and productive. In its report: Zero Trust Comes Into The Mainstream In Europe 66% of respondents have begun adopting a Zero Trust strategy, up from 25% in 2020.

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