Formulated by a research analyst over a decade ago, the zero-trust security model was embraced by thought leaders. And when Google, with its unlimited budget and resources, began adopting something close to the zero-trust framework through BeyondCorp, the effort had a legitimate and prominent early adopter. Eleven years after its introduction, IT and security leaders still look at zero trust in exasperation. The gaps and needs of existing infrastructure, the demands to maintain incremental improvements, … More
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