IdP Role in Zero Trust Adoption - Cover

The state of work is changing, and distributed teams have become the norm. Instead of securing a singular perimeter around your organization’s network; employees, contractors, and vendors regularly require access to resources from anywhere and from any device. Today, many organizations manage the myriad of digital identities employees need to access tools and services with an identity provider (IdP). 

With so much risk riding on the ability to have visibility into users and devices by adopting single sign-on (SSO), multifactor authentication (MFA), and identity and access management (IAM) concepts, it should be no surprise that these are among the first steps toward adopting Zero Trust.

In this white paper, you'll learn:

  • Why identities are a critical element for adopting Zero Trust
  • The differences between authentication and authorization
  • Key Identity and Access Management (IAM) trends
  • About open Source IdP solutions

White Paper: Identity Providers (IdPs) Critical Role in Zero Trust Adoption