The modern approach to cyber security
Trust no one and no thing. That is the central thrust of the aptly named Zero Trust paradigm. In stark contrast to traditional castle-and-moat approaches, Zero Trust is built on the idea that everything and everyone must be considered suspect – inside and outside the castle. With Zero Trust we must interrogate, investigate and cross-check until we are 100% positive the access is safe to be allowed.
In this paper, we explore the fastemerging world of Zero Trust beyond the initial definitions of what it is and isn’t. We’ll look at the challenges and how it should work in the real world. We also put the 4 most popular vendor approaches under the microscope, illuminating each approach and evaluating their upsides and downsides, giving you a solid overview of your Zero Trust options.