Zero Trust is an end-to-end approach to network and data security that encompasses identity, credentials, access management, operations, endpoints, hosting environments, and the interconnecting infrastructure.
‘Zero Trust Architecture provides a collection of concepts, ideas, and component relationships (architectures) designed to eliminate the uncertainty in enforcing accurate access decisions in information systems and services’
NIST Operative Definition
Organizations need to define zero trust strategy to enforce the security controls across the ‘defense in depth’ layers
IT Security leaders need to perform zero trust assessment across these defense in depth security layers and develop operating guidelines and road map to address potential business requirements.
Zero Trust Security Controls in Defense in Depth Layer
Modern business require effective security controls and more attention required to strength the identities that the organization deals with either users or machines.
Security solutions such as multi-factor authentication (MFA) are…
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