What is Zero Trust

The term, “Zero Trust” was coined by Forrester Research analyst and thought-leader John Kindervag, and follows the motto, “never trust, always verify.” His ground-breaking point of view was based on the assumption that risk is an inherent factor both inside and outside the network.

The strategy . . . don’t trust anyone!

CIT, along with security experts say Zero Trust might be the best way to stop data breaches — that’s why the technologies that support it are moving into mainstream and are the security model for enterprise and government agencies.

Zero Trust follows “never trust, always verify” rather traditional network security which followed the “trust but verify” method.

Therefore, Zero Trust network assumes that there are attackers both within and outside of the network, so no users or machines should be automatically trusted.

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