(also zero-trust architecture, zero-trust network architecture, zero-trust network access, ZTA, ZTNA)
Zero trust definition
Zero trust is an IT security model based on the “never trust, always” verify concept. This means that every device trying to access resources on a network must be verified at every step of a digital interaction.
Zero trust examples
- The zero-trust architecture functions on the main principles of continuous user, application, and device authentication.