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2020 Access Management Index -
Asia Pacific Edition

Challenges of Trusted Access in a Zero Trust, Cloud-First World

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The explosion of cloud identities due to the Covid-19 pandemic has set IT decision makers on a quest to reconcile the speed of cloud with the security, compliance and scalability needs of the enterprise. Balancing access for remote workers and security can be accomplished with cloud access management and zero trust security solutions that address the multi-faceted challenges of the new identity perimeter. The rapid adoption of cloud applications and remote access has created many security and operational challenges for organisations across the APAC region. This report offers some best practice advice for adopting a Zero Trust security framework to help create trusted access in a zero trust world.

 

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2020 Key Findings

81%

of respondents have security concerns around password vulnerability.

58%

are concerned that increasing use of cloud apps make them a target for cyber attacks

99%

state that controlling who has access to specific types of data can contribute towards compliance
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55%

of IT leaders surveyed are finding it easier to secure buy-in from boards on security, up from 34%

78%

are influenced by the threat of large-scale breaches to implement access management solutions up from 74%

89%

plan to expand their use of smart Single Sign-On to protect sensitive data (57%) and applications (45%).

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About the 2020 Thales Access Management Index
Asia Pacific Edition

Thales partnered with independent technology market research specialist Vanson Bourne to gain insights from 500 executives in Australia, Hong Kong, India, Japan and Singapore with responsibility for, or influence over, IT and data security.

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