Secure Devices with Zero Trust

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The other day I was talking to an analyst about trends in networking and how important the zero-trust security model has become. With zero trust, a user or device is only trusted after confirming their identity or status. It moves security away from implied trust that is based on network location and evaluates trust on a per-transaction basis.

Many organizations are incorporating zero-trust strategies into their architectures, replacing implicit trust for network edges and remote users with consistent convergence of networking and security. This change in…

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