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Zero trust refers to a security framework that requires users to authenticate, validate, and authorize themselves for security configuration to get access to data and applications. The security framework does not differentiate between users within or outside an organization. It runs on the idea that networks can be within the cloud or become a hybrid with other resources in any location. Zero trust security addresses the new challenges in businesses like ransomware threats, the security of remote workers, and hybrid cloud environments. It is considered the best strategy to build a cybersecurity ecosystem.