The 2022 identity-centric cyberattacks (Okta, Uber, Cisco, and many more) emphasized why, in 2023, Zero Trust Architecture (ZTA) could no longer be a hesitant webinar topic but a substance security standard for every organization in the modern era.
What is Zero Trust Architecture (ZTA)?
In order to understand what Zero Trust Architecture is, it is essential to clarify what it is not. Zero Trust cannot simply be adopted by implementing new technology, nor is it a point product or service you can go out and buy.
Zero Trust is a security strategy that proposes to secure an organization’s DAAS (Data, Applications, Assets, and Services) by eliminating implicit trust and by continuously (and proactively) validating EVERY digital interaction or transaction at all stages.