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3 threat vectors addressed by zero-trust app sec

Zero trust has been around for some time, but implementations of a zero-trust model for network and application security are few and far between.

Now, you can explore how a zero-trust approach can help protect applications from 3 dangerous threat vectors:

  • Compromised user accounts
  • Account creation abuse
  • Insider abuse

Read the full blog post to learn how zero trust can give organizations an added layer of protection against these threats.

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