Zero Trust is a cybersecurity paradigm that focuses on safeguarding resources while adhering to the principle that trust is not automatically granted but is subject to continuous evaluation. The Zero Trust architecture embodies a comprehensive approach to securing enterprise resources and data, covering aspects such as identity for individuals and non-person entities, credentials, access management, operations, endpoints, hosting environments, and the interconnected infrastructure.

The initial emphasis should be on the restriction of resource access to individuals and entities with a genuine need, granting only the minimum privileges required, such as those for reading, writing, or deleting, to carry out designated tasks. Historically, organizations, including federal agencies, have prioritize perimeter defense, allowing authenticated entities broad access to resources once inside the internal network. Consequently, unauthorized lateral movement within the environment has presented significant challenges for federal agencies and enterprise networks alike.

This approach not only enhances security but also ensures that access to critical resources remains well-guarded, even within the network’s confines.

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