An Introduction to Zero Trust

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Zero Trust architectures have become a compelling means for modern enterprise and government institutions to secure sensitive data in the face of digital transformation and the loss of the traditional network perimeter. The paper describes a Zero Trust architecture’s essential components, its core capabilities and some important use cases that support it. In addition, it explains the critical roles that Domain Name System (DNS) and foundational security can play in your deployment of Zero Trust architectures.