Trust no one.
It sounds ominous, but it’s a necessary approach in today’s hybrid workplaces. Businesses must provide access to their data and resources to approved identities (person and non-person entities, such as applications and processes) while vigilantly protecting it from attackers.
What is Zero Trust Architecture?
Zero Trust Architecture is an end-to-end security strategy that provides your business with the ability to maintain your most important data because you control that access.
In a Zero Trust model, no one seeking access is trusted by default; rather verification (preferably multi-factor authentication) is required from every identity before gaining access to data and network resources from inside or outside the network.
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