Zero Trust Architecture: A Discussion Paper
Zero Trust Architecture can be considered a “Trust No One” model that strictly adheres to the principles of “least privilege” and “default deny”. Zero Trust Architectures are gaining traction thanks in large part to the global pandemic that forced the world to a work from home model.
The pandemic and subsequent mass adoption of a work from home model simply served as the mechanism to accelerate the change to remote workers accessing remote resources direction that has been addressed until now as by leveraging VPNs.
This approach is no longer sustainable to changing access requirements.
Our discussion paper, written by Intrinsec CEO & Founder and author Graham Thompson, outlines the core tenets of Zero Trust and its application in today’s cybersecurity landscape.Download Now