The General Services Administration has used a traditional networking model focused on the perimeter, meaning that anything inside it was trustworthy. The agency is shifting to Zero Trust Architecture. Here are some of the things they’ve learned.
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In response to the shift to remote work, many cyber experts recommend a zero-trust approach to network access to keep agencies’ networks secure.
In 2010, the phrase “a zero trust approach to cybersecurity” emerged to describe continuous monitoring and least privilege access control working together.
Zero trust cybersecurity can help keep digital work safe by combining specific people, processes and technologies to make security pervasive networkwide.