Understanding Zero Trust Security

Date2/9/2024 6:01:09 PM
Zero Trust Security is a strategic approach to cybersecurity that challenges the traditional perimeter-based security model. It operates on the principle of "never trust, always verify." In essence, Zero Trust assumes that threats can emerge from both outside and inside the network. Instead of relying solely on perimeter defenses, it mandates continuous authentication, authorization, and validation of every user and device trying to access resources, regardless of their location. This model minimizes the risk of data breaches and unauthorized access by implementing strict access controls, encryption, micro-segmentation, and real-time monitoring. Zero Trust Security is becoming increasingly vital in today's interconnected and evolving digital landscape.
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