Security pros should trust noone

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Security pros should trust noone
Johnny Magnusson, public domain

The zero-trust network framework, in which security is embedded into the network offers protection from threats and helps isolate and contain damage if an incident arises, but implementation isn't easy.

Could it be that one of the most common credos taught to security professionals is actually leading them astray? Every practitioner has heard it before: Trust that employees are doing the right thing, but verify that data is protected. Proponents of a new security model, however, argue that ...

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