In security, an organization needs to prevent the leak of confidential data by lowering the risks of cyber-attacks. Zero Trust is a security model that treats all network traffic as hostile, even if it is inside the perimeter. In response to the weaknesses of current network security solutions, the zero-trust model follows the idea that no network – whether internal or external – is trustworthy. The concept of zero trust is enjoying increasing attention in both research and practice due to its promise to fulfill complex new network security requirements. Trust is a vulnerability and, like all vulnerabilities, should be eliminated. Zero trust is a systemic approach to information security that trusts no user, transaction, or network traffic unless verified.
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Haruna, Abdurrahman and Haruna, Abdulrahman . "Cybersecurity: Zero Trust Security Model Review" Afribary (2022). Accessed December 07, 2022. https://afribary.com/works/cybersecurity-zero-trust-security-model-review