Why companies are moving to a ‘zero trust’ model of cybersecurityDavid Chung
The zero-trust model of security, which takes the approach that no users or devices are to be trusted without continuous verification, continues to gain momentum as organizations look to stay ahead of bad actors and avoid breaches.
With zero trust, authentication and authorization are discrete functions that cybersecurity teams perform before granting access to any digital resources. It’s become far more important in the age of remote/hybrid work, the rise in cloud services and ubiquitous mobile devices.
In the current threat environment, the federal government can no longer depend on conventional perimeter-based defenses to protect critical systems and data. A transition to a zero trust approach to security provides a defensible architecture for this new environment.
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