What is Zero Trust?
Zero Trust is a term that was first coined 10 years ago by then Forrester analyst John Kindevarg as a new concept in computer networking. The concept began as a “trust nothing, verify everything” principle, but has since evolved into a comprehensive cybersecurity philosophy. Today, Zero Trust represents a networking approach that centers the design and implementation of IT networks around the identity and access rights of users and data.
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