Since the Zero Trust Model was proposed by John Kindervag in 2010, a safe model, strategy or model was advocated. Later, Google also published Beyond Corp’s zero trust concept and implementation in 2014. Google, Netflix, Microsoft and other major technology companies have introduced it. The National Institute of Standards and Technology (National Institute of Standards and Technology) also published the NIST SP800-207 standard in 2020 as a practical reference, and in 2023 published how cloud-native services implement zero trust. Not only the private sector, but also the U.S. government is vigorously promoting it. For example, the White House announced a zero trust strategy in 2021 to promote the adoption of a zero trust architecture by the federal government. The U.S. Department of Defense proposed a blueprint for zero trust capabilities.
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