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Over the last few years, zero trust has graduated from buzzword to repeatable architecture pattern, with standards bodies such as NIST putting out guidance and vendors improving the tooling. These factors, coupled with the environmental shift in work
brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, have accelerated the adoption of zero trust at many organizations.
A departure from traditional network security practices, zero trust requires security teams to continuously vet, authorize and monitor devices, no matter where they are on the network.
This guide provides insights on the implementation of zero trust tools and technologies, as well as a checklist for what organizations should consider for implementation.
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