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Network World SecurityFeb 23, 2022
Zero trust requires clear architecture plans before changing core systems
Zero trust touches everything: identity, applications, networks, data, and devices. The best approach is not to change everything all at once. Instead, start with the big picture.

In our research, we've found the most successful organizations dedicated the first phase of their zero-trust initiatives to working out an architecture. They didn't rush into deploying solutions as though starting with a greenfield.

Everyone else dove in fast, mixing the foundational work on zero trust with one or more of the knock-on efforts: rearchitecting networks, security, and data management; buying tools; forming implementation teams and setting them to work. All those things need to happen, of course, but with zero trust, it pays to do a lot more thinking about how all the pieces will fit together before undertaking the changes needed, either at the architectural level or in the tool set.

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