Zero Trust Security
Zero trust security refers to the protection framework that requires all your users, in or outside the organization's network, to be authorized, authenticated, and even validated continually for security configurations. In addition, they need proper access to your company's data and applications to avoid any data breaches and thefts. Zero trust security assumes that the traditional network edge is absent. So, networks can be cloud, local, or even combined with resources anywhere. The fundamental principles include continual verifications, context collection, and responses automation while limiting the "blast radius" to stop data theft.