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How to Cut IT Cost and Complexity with a Zero Trust Architecture

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The blog discusses the importance of transitioning to a zero trust architecture in the face of supply chain issues, inflation, and competitive pressures, emphasizing its cost-saving benefits compared to legacy security approaches.

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