Zero trust security

Zero trust security

A new approach to security architecture

“Zero trust is not about implementing one or another security or networking technology. It’s a completely new approach to the way you do security architecture.”

– Simon Leech, Senior Advisor for the Worldwide Security and Risk Management Practice, HPE Pointnext Services, HPE

Zero trust security is a philosophical approach to protecting your data and focuses on identity and access

management. Compared to perimeter security approaches, zero trust assumes everything is compromised, applying

the principle of least privilege to pieces of your architecture that were once considered safe. For example, employees

and partners, end devices, and software-as-a-service (SaaS) products must authenticate themselves every time they

try to access your systems.

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