[NCSC-NL] NCSC-NL publishes factsheet ‘Prepare for Zero Trust’

More and more organizations are applying Zero Trust principles, and the need for the implementation of these principles is increasing. Technological developments have rendered many organizations’ traditional views of security and security policies obsolete. Organizations that have embraced Zero Trust principles are less susceptible to external attacks and threats from within.

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