Never trust, always verify (Zero Trust Security)

Zero Trust Architecture. Source: Microsoft 365
  1. Continuous verification: Always verify access, all the time, for all resources.
  2. Limit the “blast radius”: Minimize impact if an external or insider breach does occur.
  3. Automate context collection and response: Incorporate behavioural data and get context from the entire IT stack (identity, endpoint, workload, etc..) for the most accurate response.

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