Traditionally, approaches to security focus on the perimeter. Once inside the walls, cybercriminals typically find a soft center that they can exploit by moving around the enterprise, infecting system after system. Under a zero-trust framework, security systems assume that no device or user is trustworthy until they can prove that they are. Thus, hackers getting past one security barrier would find themselves blocked from causing further damage.
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