Critical Infrastructure Operators Adopting Zero Trust in OT Environments


A survey commissioned by cybersecurity company Xage shows that zero trust is on track to being implemented in many operational technology (OT) environments, particularly in critical infrastructure organizations.

A zero trust cybersecurity strategy, in which nothing is trusted by default and people or devices are validated before being granted access to a requested resource, has become more important for private companies and governments. According to a recent survey by the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA), the vast majority of C-level executives are in the process of implementing zero trust policies, and 80% of them believe it to be a priority for their firm.

According to the latest Xage research, OT environments are also commonly implementing zero trust

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