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    Posted Aug 25, 2021 11:14:00 PM

    Good read from Google:
    One of the most used buzzwords in cybersecurity today is undoubtedly "Zero Trust." It's been used to describe a wide range of approaches and products, leading to a fair bit of confusion about the term itself and to what it actually means. Some attempts to explain or simplify zero trust assert that "zero trust means trust nothing" or "zero trust is about delivering secure access without a VPN." This conventional wisdom is mostly incorrect and limiting. At the core of a Zero Trust approach is the idea that implicit trust in any single component of a complex, interconnected system can create significant security risks. Instead, trust needs to be established via multiple mechanisms and continuously verified.
    https://cloud.google.com/blog/products/identity-security/applying-zero-trust-to-user-access-and-production-services

    Applying zero trust to user access and production services | Google Cloud Blog
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    Applying zero trust to user access and production services | Google Cloud Blog
    One of the most used buzzwords in cybersecurity today is undoubtedly "Zero Trust." It's been used to describe a wide range of approaches and products, leading to a fair bit of confusion about the term itself and to what it actually means.
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