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Back in 2009, John Kindervag, a vice president and principal analyst for Forrester Research, developed the Zero Trust architecture model. Kindervag based this model on the fact that while most security frameworks operate under the myth that everything inside an organization's network can be trusted, this trust is actually a vulnerability for organizations.
Since that time, IT and Security leaders have increasingly implemented Zero Trust frameworks due to the ever-growing pressure to protect companies and their data from sophisticated cyberthreats. In fact, the Zero Trust model is widely embraced by many of today’s companies and agencies, such as Google, Coca Cola, WestJet Airlines, the U.S. House of Representatives, and the National Security Agency.
Download this ebook to learn:
- What is Zero Trust and why is it important
- Why organizations need a new approach to security
- The truth behind Zero Trust’s many misconceptions