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Zero Trust Architecture for the Workforce: A Checklist

May 13, 2020 | Tools & Templates | Architecture, Configuration and Segmentation | By Wolfgang Goerlich, IANS Faculty

The principles of a zero trust architecture (ZTA) can apply to people, devices and equipment, or application services. This checklist is intended to help security teams implement ZTA for the organization’s workforce.
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