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Traditional Perimeter Security Model

The evolution from traditional perimeter security to Zero Trust has transformed cyber defense. While traditional models rely on network boundary protection and trust internal users, Zero Trust assumes no default trust, continuously verifies all users and devices, and enforces strict access controls, effectively addressing modern cyber threats and enhancing security.

From Perimeter to Zero Trust: The Evolution of Cyber Defense

From Perimeter to Zero Trust: The Evolution of Cyber Defense What is the Traditional Perimeter Security Model? The traditional perimeter security model, often referred to as the castle-and-moat approach, focuses on securing the network’s outer boundaries. This model employs firewalls and other security measures to block external threats from entering the network. Once inside the […]