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What is Zero Trust Security?

Zero trust security is a cybersecurity framework that assumes no implicit trust within a network, treating every user, device, or application as potentially untrustworthy, even if they're inside the corporate perimeter. It emphasizes continuous verification and strict access controls, requiring authentication and authorization for every access attempt, regardless of location or user identity. Zero trust aims to reduce the attack surface, prevent lateral movement of threats, and enhance data protection. It promotes the principle of "never trust, always verify," fostering a proactive, layered defense approach that safeguards against evolving cyber threats in an increasingly interconnected digital landscape.

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