One Identity recently commissioned a survey of nearly 500 Europe-based IT security professionals to see how the Zero Trust model is being implemented in the region, what barriers prevent adoption and how its importance is perceived in the market. Turns out, it is very important but the path to achieve it can be challenging. Read our executive summary of survey results to learn key findings which includes:
- 3 of 4 respondents agree that Zero Trust is extremely important
- Yet just 14% have actually implemented it
- Nearly a third (34%) say that their organization are concerned that Zero Trust could hinder productivity (not true)
- And 93% say they face a range of barriers to implementation
Download a copy of our executive summary to get more key findings from the survey and to read recommendations that could simplify deployment and management of Zero Trust.