A Zero Trust Access Strategy Has 3 Needs

Traditional security models operate under the assumption that everything inside the organizations’ network should be trusted unlike zero trust. However, automatically extending trust to any device or user puts the organization at risk when either becomes compromised,...

Why Is Zero Trust A More Effective Security Model?

A zero trust network, also known as the zero trust Architecture, is a model that was created by John Kindervag, back in 2010 when he worked as Forrester Research Inc.’s principal analyst. Now, CISOs, CIOs, as well as other company executives are using zero trust as...

Understanding The Basics of Zero Trust Network

The conventional network security model depends on the creation of a secure perimeter or boundary. This will prevent unwanted attackers or visitors from coming in but also assumes that the ones that remain in the boundary are the system’s authorized users. They will...