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Zero Trust

A security model framed on the assumption that any entity attempting to connect to network resources could pose a threat and therefore should be treated as potentially hostile. This leads to instrumentation of security controls that ensure least privileged access, abstraction of the location of application endpoints, restriction of lateral movement and identity validation before connection access is granted.
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