Understanding Properties of Zero Trust Networks

Zero Trust is a well-known but ‘hard-to-implement’ paradigm in computer network security. As the name suggests, Zero Trust is a set of core system design principles and concepts that seek to eliminate the practice of implicit trust-based security. The core idea of Zero Trust is very simple, Trust Nothing and Verify Continuously, period! In my view, the two defining principles of Zero Trust are the following. 

At any given point in time, any request, transaction, or operation (and of course the subject behind them, whether human or programmatic), 

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