With so many remote workers connecting via unmanaged devices to business applications over the internet, there’s become a growing need for zero trust. Zero trust security has become a hot topic for many MSPs. Simply put zero trust is assuming nothing can be trusted.
This sounds pretty simple however, it is much more complex than meets the eye. The zero trust security model requires strict identity verification for every person and device trying to access the network, regardless of whether they are sitting within or outside of the network perimeter. As the pressure to protect systems and data grows significantly, and as attacks become more sophisticated the need for zero trust has become necessary. Watch Larry Doyle as he explains Zero Trust in more depth.