Zero trust in plain English

Everybody's talking about the zero trust security model. And there's a very good reason for that: It's one of the most effective cybersecurity approaches ever invented. Zero trust takes a “default deny” security posture. It uses microsegmentation and least privileged access principles to stop intruders. But what does all this mean? Here's why zero trust works when everything else fails in terms everybody can understand. 


It’s de rigueur for Password Managers. I was appalled to find that Lastpasd uses it only for actual passwords and secure notes, and not for user ids or registered website login URLs.

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