Zero Trust is an alternative security model that addresses the shortcomings of failing perimeter-centric strategies by removing the assumption of trust.
Since I can first remember being interested in information security, my personal hacker heroes (and I’m using hacker positively here) were the researchers who discovered zero day software vulnerabilities and could create proof-of-concept exploits to demonstrate them.
The traditional methods of how to address information security have all been for ages about protecting the perimeter and the network, protecting where the files are located.
Every company that sells cyber security technology markets how their tools will “defend”, “stop threats” and “protect”.
Honeypots - decoy systems used for learning cyber attackers' capabilities and potential objectives - can be very useful to organizations, businesses, and individuals.
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