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(MIT)   Subby thought Zero Trust meant not trusting the wine in front of you OR the wine in front of the man in black, but apparently it doesn't and this article dizzied his intellect   (news.mit.edu) divider line
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2022-05-18 3:43:59 PM  
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When Google decided to implement zero trust, they basically rebuilt their business from the ground up to support all the changes required. It's a fantastic model, the only one I'd want to use if I was starting from scratch, but is untenable for most businesses at this point in time.

That said, you can and absolutely should start using zero trust principles wherever you can, just don't expect it to fit everywhere all at once unless you're in a position to rebuild everything. And if you are in that position, please hire me.
 
2022-05-19 3:43:00 AM  
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Raoul Eaton: As soon as I see "paradigm shift" I stop reading.  Always.


You'll miss out on all the synergies with that attitude.
 
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