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Zero Trust: Protecting your company inside and out

What if you can’t trust anyone in or outside your network? Can you still be secure? With the Zero Trust model, you can.

Remember when you could assume that it was safe inside your network behind the firewall? Those sweet days of IT innocence are long gone.

The traditional castle-and-moat security model where users, once inside the firewall, were automatically trusted has long been outdated. For example, OneLogin, an identity and access management firm, found in a new study on passwords and the shift to remote work due to coronavirus that nearly one in five remote workers have shared their work device password with someone in their family. And, those are only the ones who admitted to it.

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