Few enterprise security technologies have garnered as much attention and hype as Zero Trust over the past decade. Yet, despite all the buzz, there remains a great deal of confusion and uncertainty in the market – is Zero Trust a framework, a reference architecture, or an actual technology? Does the Zero Trust model match the reality of today’s increasingly hybridized computing environments? And perhaps most salient of all: is the promise of Zero Trust fully warranted or is yet another overhyped technology that will never live up to its potential?
Further compounding the confusion is the fact that a burgeoning . . .