A Zero Trust approach to cyber security is a concept that has been around for decades, but thanks to advances in technology and the need to adapt cyber security capabilities to support secure hybrid working models and ways of doing business in the digital era, it has never been more relevant.
As businesses embrace Digital Transformation and become increasingly cloud-native, mobile, and interconnected, the corporate network perimeter is gradually disappearing, exposing users to malware, ransomware, and other cyber threats. Traditional perimeter security tools no longer provide adequate protection from these threats.
Zero Trust architectures have gained popularity as a more secure, yet flexible and future-proof alternative to traditional perimeter-based security. By eliminating the very notion of a trusted system, ZT architectures enforce strict identity verification and least-privilege access policies for every user, device, or application, regardless of where they are located.
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