Zero Trust

Zero Trust


First introduced in 2010, the zero trust security model enforces strict verification for any user or device attempting to access a network and its assets, ensuring the network remains protected from within. With zero trust, all entities are treated as suspicious, regardless of whether the user or device has been previously verified.

For more information about zero trust, read our detailed guides:

1. Zero Trust Security: 4 Principles and 5 Simple Implementation Steps

Discover core principles of zero trust security and a 5-step methodology to designing and implementing your Zero Trust Network (ZTN).

2. Microsegmentation: The Basics and 7 Essential Best Practices

Learn why microsegmentation is critical in a modern, zero trust network environment, and best practices for successfully rolling out microsegmentation in your organization.

3. The New Model for Network Security: Zero Trust

Learn why zero trust is one of the most effective ways to control access to cloud-native applications, networks, and data.

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