2022 Thales Access
Building Zero Trust with Modern Access Security
The impact of remote work throughout the COVID-19 pandemic has caused both security professionals and the average technology user to be more aware of security concerns and how to address them. The 2022 Thales Access Management Index looks to identify the extent of that change, as well as the current state of access management and plans for access security across a range of industries. This report focuses on the Asia-Pacific region and covers respondents based in Australia, Hong Kong, India, Japan, New Zealand, Singapore and South Korea. The report analyses the responses from 876 respondents from midsize to large enterprises within many diverse verticals in the public and private sectors. The insights were gleaned from the survey data, and this report explores the impacts on identity and access management (IAM) security strategy and planning.
Analysis from 451 Research, part of S&P Global Market Intelligence, based on a survey with more than 2,700 security professionals worldwide.
Confidence in Addressing Security Challenges
of Hybrid Work Improving Among Businesses
of respondents are significantly or highly confident in the abilities of their current access solutions to effectively enable safe and easy remote work for employees
of respondents plan to improve the authentication of existing VPNs
of respondents have experienced a ransomware attack
MFA is still the most widely deployed form of authentication technology
ahead of the increasingly popular passwordless authentication at 50%. 33% of respondents say that more than 40% of their organization is using modern authentication.