Project Description

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Def. Based on the principle of “never trust, always verify”, Zero-Trust security is an IT security approach that eliminates the concept of ‘trust’ from an organisation’s identity verification measures to prevent unauthorised access to company networks, resources and data.

Zero-trust security means that no one is trusted by default. Hence, it involves strict identity verification measures like GAT’s contant verification tool, ActiveID, which constantly verifies the identity of users by their unique typing styles.


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