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In NIST SP 800-207, The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) defines zero trust (ZT) as “a new model for cybersecurity” where a Zero Trust architecture (ZTA) is an enterprise cybersecurity architecture that is based on zero trust principles and designed to prevent data breaches and limit internal lateral movement.” One fundamental tenet is that the enterprise must assume no implicit trust and continually analyze and evaluate the risks, and then enact protections to mitigate them.
While organizations in every industry are making security fortification a core focus right now, the healthcare sector in particular must always remain ever so vigilant. It’s easy to see why: