Mobile and remote working is now commonplace and is set to continue. As a result, more organizations than ever before are seeking to adapt their cybersecurity capabilities accordingly. For many, this means adopting a Zero Trust approach.
Zero Trust is not a new concept, but it is now being actively pursued by many organizations because the supporting technologies are finally maturing and the core principle of “never trust, always verify” is key to addressing the security challenges of modern hybrid working.
A Zero Trust model of strict identity verification and access control for every user or device offers an alternative to traditional perimeter-based security that secures data, while ensuring it is accessible to those who need it.
However, while Zero Trust enables better cybersecurity in a highly interconnected world, many of the tenets of this approach are at odds with traditional practices and ideas. Implementing a Zero Trust approach, therefore, typically involves a radical...
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