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The case for implementing a Zero Trust strategy has never been greater. Cyberattacks are increasing in scale and severity with an attendant growth in sophistication. Most organizations agree: The post-pandemic world requires a paradigm shift in how we approach cybersecurity. In fact, in 2022, 72% percent of organizations were either in the process of adopting Zero Trust or had already adopted it.1 What is Zero Trust? At a high level, Zero Trust requires all users (inside or outside the network) to be continuously authenticated and authorized to gain network access.