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Zero Trust

Zero Trust is a model for security centered on the belief that organizations should not automatically trust anything, whether inside or outside their network perimeters. Zero Trust instead specifies that in order to maintain an effective security posture, any entity or asset must be authenticated or otherwise validated before it is granted any access to an organization. Zero Trust has implications for almost every element of your IT infrastructure. Blueprints for implementing a Zero Trust architecture have been developed by Forrester (who created the model in 2010) and NIST, to name a few.

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