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Zero Trust Security
Zero Trust Security is a model whereby; a local resource, trusts no external resource, more than any other external resource. For example in a traditional model a server might trust users on a local network more than those on a remote network, but with a zero trust security model says those users should be equally suspicious and apply equal protections. This modern model removes the risks associated having a “weak underbelly” and “you’re only a secure as your weakest system” and made possible through easy access to encrypted protocols, microservices, microsegmentation and intelligent threat intelligence monitoring.
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