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Monthly Archive for April, 2019

ZeroTrust – the why

So in my previous post I started to look very briefly into the history of ZeroTrust. From that we learned that the hackers evolved into using more efficient tools that could easily penetrate the network security. The obvious goal of ZeroTrust is to strengthen the security. Without those measures the risk of being a victim […]

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ZeroTrust deep dive

What is ZeroTrust? The name has its root in Jericho 2.0 (see the books downloadable from this blog here) and can be roughly translated to: ‘You can never know who roams your network so verify all access all the time. Never trust what you can´t verify.’ The implications of this affects the way we design […]

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