The Zero Trust security model is having a moment. The concept that devices should not be trusted by default, even inside the network perimeter, has been around for over a decade, and was implemented at Google in 2009. But the proliferation of remote work in the last year has made the concept critical. In a July 2021 survey report, Microsoft found organizations in the process of implementing zero trust had rocketed from 6% the year before to 76% in 2021.
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