Ep. 47 Facts and Misconceptions About Zero Trust

#47 Cybercrime reports have gone up over 300% in the last couple years. And a surprisingly large number of breaches happen with company employees involved, often because of mistakes like falling for phishing baits. Any insider in the company can potentially be a point of vulnerability that can expose the whole network. That’s why a Zero Trust model, which assumes potential breach through anyone (inside or out), is the strongest and best cybersecurity strategy today. But many people have some confusion about what Zero Trust really entails. Here’s a rundown of what a Zero Trust framework is made of, as well as a clarification of some things it’s not.


Heather Arrington

Microsoft Librarian,
Infused Innovations

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