zero trust access
The zero trust access model is the model in which no user even if he is already on the network should be trusted by default because it can be risky. Instead of just at the perimeter, it’s necessary to have a proper identity and device authentication throughout the network.
It’s a strategic and holistic approach to security to make sure that every device and everyone granted access is who they say they are. Here at Virtu, we publish blog posts and articles about the Zero Trust Access model, its importance, and more.