You can have a zero trust model, but you can’t truly have zero trustWho do you trust? With modern security, the answer should be almost no one.
Zero trust can help prevent attackers from gaining access to key network assets. Yet applying zero trust principles to an extended network is extremely difficult, and doing everything right doesn’t provide a 100% guarantee that you will not have security issues. However, you can do many things to reduce your attack surface and manage your risk profile. This article describes the key steps you should take to make sure your zero trust framework is as effective as possible.
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- Pick a framework and assess your maturity level
- Get serious about your strategy
- Remember, zero trust isn’t a magic bullet
- Enlist the help of a trusted partner; you’ll need it