How securing the endpoint is a pivotal piece of the puzzle to a successful zero trust strategy
As cybersecurity practitioners know, the tiniest crack in a network's armor can be exploited. In fact, the castle-and-moat approach to cybersecurity is long past its "use by" date. The zero trust approach was made for these complicated and volatile times. Zero trust is a security methodology — not a product — that assumes no device or user can be trusted without verification.
This helpful guide acts as a user manual for how to successfully implement zero trust strategies and tactics at any organization with the ultimate goal of securing all endpoints.
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