The main principle of zero trust as a service is to never trust devices by default. The zero trust model also leans on three other official zero trust principles defined by NIST.
✔ Continuous verification all the time, for all your resources.
✔ Limiting the impact of an external or internal breach.
✔ Automate behavioral data and context collection for the most accurate response.
The zero trust model consists of strong identity verification, device compliance validation, micro-segmentation, monitoring and ensuring least privilege access for hard-to-protect resources. This zero trust framework is a solution that provides secure remote network access control for applications, data, and services based on clearly defined perimeters.