Zero trust represents a revolution in how we protect data, connect people, and access tools. But how did we get here? What weaknesses in legacy network security helped the notion of a zero trust architecture rise to prominence?
This white paper looks at more than two decades of zero trust history—starting before it even had a name—to show you not just where it came from, but where it’s gone since. Read “A Brief History of Zero Trust” today to learn:
How the rise of mobile devices made the world rethink the traditional perimeter
*When security started protecting users, data, and apps—not just the network
Why three advanced principles put Zscaler’s zero trust a cut above the rest