An Intro to Zero Trust Architecture

Thanks to the recent publication of the National Security Agency’s (NSA) Network Infrastructure Security Guidance report, weeding out common network weaknesses and vulnerabilities have shot to the top of the agenda for many business decision-makers.

After all, the average financial fallout of a data breach has reached an eye-watering $4.24 million – a 17-year high. Today’s organizations must prioritize data security and the benefits of a Zero Trust Architecture (ZTA), but before we go any further, let’s take a closer look at what ZTA is and where this concept came from.

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