Using Zero Trust to battle email impersonation attacks


The Zero Trust model (opens in new tab) is founded on a simple concept, “trust no one and nothing.” Forrester notes Zero Trust “centers on the belief that trust is a vulnerability, and security must be designed with the strategy, ‘Never trust, always verify.'”

In practical terms, organizations that adopt the Zero Trust model put policies in place to verify everyone and everything, regardless of whether they are internal or external.