May 13, 2024, 12:32 a.m. | Kartik Mehta

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Zero Trust Security Models are a relatively new concept in the world of cybersecurity. It is a security framework that emphasizes the concept of "never trust, always verify." In simple terms, it means that instead of assuming trust within a network, every user, device, and application must be continuously verified before being granted access. This approach differs from traditional security models, where once a user is granted access, they are trusted to move freely within the network. Let us …

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