Five Steps to Perimeter-Less Security: Adopting a Zero-Trust Model for Secure Application Access

Five Steps to Perimeter-Less Security: Adopting a Zero-Trust Model for Secure Application Access

A zero-trust security model states that organizations should not trust anything inside or outside of their network perimeters and should instead verify anything and everything that tries to connect to applications and systems before granting them access. Simply put, no traffic inside a network is any more trustworthy by default than traffic coming from the outside and it’s up to an organization to determine under which conditions they decide to trust something – a user or a device – to grant it access. In this ebook, we’ll examine the zero-trust security model and dig into five key steps to move your organization beyond the perimeter and base application access on user identity and the trustworthiness of devices.




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