Did you know? ‘Never Trust, Always Verify’ is a modern approach to redefining security in the digital age with Zero Trust.

Zero Trust is a cybersecurity approach and framework that operates under the assumption that threats exist both outside and inside a network or organization’s perimeter. In essence, it means that no one, whether inside or outside the organization, should be trusted by default when it comes to accessing systems, applications, or data

Zero Trust is highly significant in today’s cybersecurity landscape as it addresses the fundamental shifts in how we work and the evolving threat landscape. Traditional security models based on trust within the network perimeter are no longer sufficient, given the rise of remote work, cloud adoption, and sophisticated cyber threats. Zero Trust replaces blind trust with a “Never Trust, Always Verify” mindset, requiring continuous authentication and strict access control. This approach is adaptable, user-centric, and prioritizes data protection, making it well-suited for securing modern organizations. It helps mitigate insider threats, comply with regulations, and safeguard against advanced attacks, making it a critical framework for enhancing cybersecurity posture in an increasingly digital world.

Key Principles of Zero Trust

Although Zero Trust is typically associated with securing users, a comprehensive zero trust approach encompasses Users, Applications and Infrastructure.

Verify Explicitly:

     Users: This principle emphasizes verifying and authenticating every user explicitly. It ensures that users are who they claim to be before granting access to resources.

      Applications: It also applies to applications and services that require authentication before allowing access to sensitive data or functionality.

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