"At its core, zero trust identifies the level of risk based on a combination of the origin device, the destination system and the action being performed." - Adam Englander, Product Lead at iovation
Earlier this month, iovation's Adam Englander shared his insights about a zero trust Goldilocks principle in a Help Net Security article. From touching on the evolution of the zero trust framework to describing the "holistic view" of a zero trust methodology, Englander aims to fix the assumption that zero trust goes hand in hand with a high-friction consumer experience. He encourages fraud prevention teams to think as Goldilocks would when it comes to friction: not too little, but not too much.
To learn more about the zero trust Goldilocks principle, read the full article at Help Net Security.
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