© Jason Garbis and Jerry W. Chapman 2021
J. Garbis, J. W. ChapmanZero Trust Securityhttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-6702-8_6

6. Network Infrastructure

Jason Garbis1   and Jerry W. Chapman2
(1)
Boston, MA, USA
(2)
Atlanta, GA, USA
 

Networks, and the hardware and software infrastructures that make them up, are clearly going to be impacted by an organization’s move to Zero Trust. In fact, a large part of the strength and value that Zero Trust brings is its ability to enforce identity and context-aware policies at a network level, bridging these normally separate worlds. As a result, enterprise network infrastructure, operations, and potentially network topology will be affected by a shift to Zero Trust. Security and network architects need to be aware ...

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