The Zero Trust security framework turns 10 years old this year. It started as a simple concept: treat every user and all packets the same, as untrusted and potentially malicious.
According to Forrester Research, which created the Zero Trust model, it has evolved from a focus on firewalls and data isolation to becoming a comprehensive, practical approach for security. While Zero Trust remains a strategic initiative, not a technology or tool, there are tools and technologies that enable it.
Today, continuous security management, has become a core concept of Zero Trust. Most entities on a network are not fully-managed, especially applications, and that’s created a potential security disaster.
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