If you’re at all involved with technology, chances are good that you’re already working in the cloud, and that you’ve at least heard of zero trust: the topic became top-of-mind for many after the White House issued guidance calling for federal agencies to implement zero trust by 2024. Let’s take a closer look at what it really is.
What is Zero Trust?
Zero trust is a model for helping us reason about some questions that have been central to security for a very long time: who do we trust with what? and how do we make decisions about trust? The core concepts of zero trust are that trust must be explicit rather than inferred, and that you check every access, every time, from everyone.…Continue reading