Systems & Design

Building A Comprehensive Multicloud Security Strategy: A Zero-Trust Approach

How the ZT security model addresses cloud-specific security challenges.


The traditional, perimeter-based security model is no longer sufficient in today’s dynamic, multicloud deployments. A zero-trust (ZT) security model, in which no user or system is inherently trusted, is becoming essential—it is a foundational capability that underpins security for multicloud strategies.

The ZT security model operates on the principle of “Never trust. Always verify.” In this model, every access request is fully authenticated, authorized, and encrypted before granting access, regardless of the user’s location or the network from which the request originates.

This white paper provides an in-depth overview of the essential considerations for building a multicloud security strategy based on zero-trust principles. Three questions about cloud security guide us.

• What cloud-specific security challenges do today’s enterprises face?
• How can a zero-trust security model address these security challenges?
• What steps are involved in building a cloud security program using a zero-trust model?

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