Zero Trust Should Not Give IT a Bad Name

Maybe you’ve just found out that your company’s IT organization is implementing Zero Trust. Does that mean they don’t trust you? "Zero Trust" sure sounds that way. Maybe you’ve read about it online or heard somebody talk about it in terms that equate Zero Trust with the idea that users and devices are never trusted. It’s hard to feel good about an IT organization that doesn’t trust the company’s own employees. But I don’t think that this view of Zero Trust is the right one. Zero Trust is about putting in place systems that help safeguard both the employees and the company, systems that help ensure that an innocent mistake will not cause terrible damage.The Akamai BlogRead More