Zero Trust

Securing Cloud-Native Environments with Zero Trust: Real-World Attack Cases

March 31, 2023

The zero trust security model, which assumes that everything and everyone is a potential threat, is an approach to security that is becoming increasingly popular, especially in and for cloud-native environments.

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Zero Trust: Zero trust, a term initially coined by Stephen Paul Marsh in 1994 and later popularized by John Kindervag, refers to a cybersecurity model in which actors can only be granted privileges to an IT environment once they are verified.   Read more