Zero Trust: Moving Beyond "Castle-and-Moat" Perimeter Security
Assessing and Implementing the NIST Zero Trust Architecture
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Digital Transformation, the cloud and remote work have removed the traditional security boundaries.
Zero Trust is a strategic initiative and principle that helps organisations prevent data breaches and protect their assets by assuming no entity is trusted.
Get the Whitepaper now to learn about the The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) guidelines and how to implement an effective identity-centric Zero Trust architecture.
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The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) defines Zero Trust as “a collection of concepts and ideas designed to
minimize uncertainty in enforcing accurate, least privilege per-request access decisions in information systems and services in the face of a
network viewed as compromised.”