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The notion of “Zero Trust” has been around since the 90s. But, the Zero Trust security model was first coined by John Kindervag to describe stricter access control management and cybersecurity programs, in 2010. By implementing Zero Trust, enterprises can strengthen their cybersecurity posture and their defenses against cyberthreats. Let’s see the 5 reasons why enterprises need zero Trust security. As many employees work remotely, they aren’t inside of the perimeter and their access to the corporate network is open invitation for cyber attacks.