In the modern common-office environment, zero trust shrinks attack surfaces and narrows threat windows through broad and granular enforcement of least privilege. And it significantly reduces the risks from all attack vectors by limiting privileges and access. Just as a drop of oil is easier to spot on a clean floor, cyberthreats tend to stand out more clearly in a sanitised identity-centric digital space. Strangely, but happily, the zero trust common-office environment actually leads to more trust – more trust from the outside world by trusting nothing within.

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