[SecurityWeek] Working Securely From Anywhere With Zero Trust

Over the past year, two things have become clear. First, the network infrastructure organizations need to operate in today’s increasingly digital world will continue to evolve. And second, rather than “returning to normal,” the future will be even more fragmented than ever. Users will need faster access to a growing number of applications and resources deployed across an increasingly distributed infrastructure. Those applications will continue to deliver richer and more complex data.

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