Zero Trust Architecture: An Introduction
As mobile users connect uncontrolled devices and business applications to the Internet, there is a growing need for trust-free security. Gartner estimates that by 2022, 75% of global organizations will be operating container applications that benefit from faster release cycles and increased scalability, reliability, and resilience. In 2019 the National Technical Authority and the National Cyber Security Centre of the UK recommended that network architects consider a zero-trust approach to new IT deployments with significant cloud services and plans. The Zero Trust Architecture (ZTA) is an enterprise plan that leverages the Zero Trust concept and leverages all components of the Zero trust concept.
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