Zero Trust Policy
Updated: Feb 27
Why a Zero Trust Security Model is Needed to protect online customer transactions.
With the modern workforce becoming increasingly on the go, accessing applications from multiple devices outside of the business perimeter, enterprises have adopted a “verify, then trust” model which means if someone has the correct user credentials, they are admitted to whichever site, app, or device they are requesting. This resulted in an increasing risk of exposure, dissolving what was once the trusted enterprise zone of control and leaving many organizations exposed to data breaches, malware and ransomware attacks. Protection is now needed where applications and data, and users and devices, are located.
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