For risk and compliance teams, adopting a Zero Trust mindset means more than chasing a buzzword. You’re looking for capabilities that help you maintain your strategy over the long haul.
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What does it mean to implement Zero Trust as a developer? A Zero Trust architecture is data-centric and externalizes authorization for optimal flexibility and granular control.
While traditional models for network security assigned trust based on location — anyone in the office was often trusted by default — Zero Trust models focus on users and context. Forrester now describes the five pillars of the Zero Trust extended ecosystem, which includes data,…