Implementing Zero Trust: Key Considerations Before You Begin

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Zero trust, as the name implies, takes a trust nothing, verify everything approach. Previously, organizations built a defensive perimeter around their network, verified anything passing through, and then granted access, privileges, and implicit trust to anything happening inside the network. Unfortunately, hackers have found countless ways to breach perimeter defenses over the years. And once inside, they can weaponize their trusted status to reach sensitive assets or orchestrate a larger attack.

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