Beyond the marketing term, an effective Zero Trust strategy provides business agility and improved performance:

- Grants and enforces the least privilege access for JUST the time of use.

- Goes beyond the traditional “security perimeter” which was the network zones.

- Introduces a new paradigm: connect only according to the user/device context.

- Restricts connections to the least right and least time required.

- Limits access to the functions needed to be used on an IT resource.


Jonathan Fussner (Head of cyberelements) explains in this presentation:

From Zero to Hero

The 4 pillars of real Zero Trust Strategy

Why Zero Trust is not only about access policy management and enforcement. It is a set of intrinsic characteristics of an access infrastructure that must take into account contextual access, protection of authentication secrets, and protection of resources & applications.



Jonathan Fussner

Global Head @ cyberelements

Jonathan has over 15 years of experience in IT leadership roles - providing commercial and technical guidance to software vendors and IT companies. He is Executive Board Member at Systancia (the global system integration organization behind cyberelements). He now leads the initiative at Cyberelements, looking to deliver zero-trust enabled identity in the cloud and at scale.

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