Companies are often reluctant to begin the Zero Trust journey because they believe it is difficult, costly, and disruptive. 20th-century design paradigms can create problems when designing a 21st-century Zero Trust network. However,
building Zero Trust networks is actually much simpler than building legacy 20th-century hierarchical networks. Because most of us learned to design networks from the outside in, based on classifying users as “trusted” and “untrusted”—an approach that has since proven unsecure—we struggle to adapt our design thinking to the Zero Trust methodology.
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