What is Zero Trust Security? Breaking Down a Zero Trust Architecture


As cloud-based enterprises and remote workers continue to grow in popularity, the need to implement zero-trust security models has never been more relevant. But what is zero trust security?

In short, zero trust security is a model founded on the assumption that no user or device can be trusted and must be verified — including internal and external users and devices. Because 82% of cyber breaches occur due to some type of human error or misuse, this type of security model helps ensure that only authorized personnel are permitted to access information systems of all types.

Our complete guide to zero trust security will help you enhance your security and protect your data — even with protection services like VPNs already in place.