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Upon first hearing the term zero trust, it can feel a bit worrying to implement what sounds like a “never trust” security policy. But what it actually provides is “just enough trust” to authorized users while blocking out all other traffic.
This type of security protocol can effectively prevent data breaches, strengthen compliance and help organizations safely migrate to the cloud.
Want to learn more? Dive into the Definitive Guide to Zero-Trust Security to understand how zero trust works, including:
- The path to zero-trust security
- Defining zero-trust zones and creating policies
- The role of microsegmentation in zero trust
- Zero-trust use cases
- And more