What is Zero Trust Architecture (ZTA)?
Zero Trust Architecture (ZTA) is a cyber security philosophy in which you “trust no one” when allowing access to your network. Zero Trust applies to users, applications, devices and anything else that interacts with the network.
In order to access a ZTA network, different layers of verification and strict access controls are required. This is different from traditional perimeter-based security models in which users or devices located within the perimeter are granted automatic access, while those outside are not.