After what we all had experienced last year, it’s no surprise that Zero Trust interest and initiatives are on the rise. With COVID-19 came the rapid shift to working from home, and with unknown devices suddenly connecting to the network, phishing campaigns rose, ransomware attacks increased, and other advanced threats emerged—like the SUNBURST supply chain attack and the recent Colonial Pipeline shutdown.

This dangerous and persistent activity has served as a wake-up call for many people—including the United States government—which has many security teams looking for a better way to secure their environments. The Zero Trust model has come to the forefront as one potential answer and is getting increasing attention.

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