Zero Trust Design Principles
What is Zero Trust?
Zero Trust is a cybersecurity concept that suggests that organizations should not automatically trust any user, device, or network, even if they are inside the network perimeter. Instead, all access to resources should be strictly controlled and verified, based on the principle of least privilege.
The idea behind Zero Trust is that traditional network security models, which rely on perimeter defenses to keep out external threats, are no longer sufficient in today’s connected world. With the proliferation of mobile devices…