Zero trust has gone mainstream. Everyone’s either promoting the concept, offering solutions to address the challenge, or just wanting to understand what it’s all about. And that’s the trouble: it means different things to different people, especially the word “trust,” which is a loaded term in security.
Just as we don’t trust hackers and cybercriminals, we do want to trust our employees, contractors, and business partners, don’t we? How do we succeed in business, after all, without trusting our users and guests to seamlessly access our data and resources?