Master Course in Zero Trust Architecture 2.0

Master Course in Zero Trust Architecture 2.0

Master Course in Zero Trust Architecture 2.0
Master Course in Zero Trust Architecture 2.0

What are you going to learn?

  • Understanding Antitrust Architecture 2.0: Introduction and Importance
  • Analyze the purpose, concept, maintenance and pillars of a trust architecture.
  • Learn about zero-trust architecture practices at Microsoft, Oracle, and IBM.
  • Analysis of principles and frameworks for designing zero-trust architectures
  • Learn to build trust-free architectures and strategies.


Basic cyber security skills, cloud engineering skills, data and network security skills.


Master Course 2.0 in Zero Trust Engineering

What is a zero trust structure?

No trust When the security policy is enforced based on the context created by least-privileged access control and strict authentication, there is no trusted trust. Zero-trust structures simplify network infrastructure, make users happy, and keep cyber threats out.

As John Kondervagh, then of Forrester Research, coined the phrase, distrust structures are “never trust, always verify.” To prevent inappropriate access and background traffic throughout the environment, the distrust architecture enforces access policies based on the user's role and location, the device they are using, and the data they are requesting.

A no-trust architecture means you know who is using what and can track it, including your encrypted traffic; You must monitor and check the traffic between parts of the environment. And you need multi-factor authentication (MFA) that goes beyond passwords.

The important thing to remember is that in a distrust architecture, the location of resources is not as important as it used to be. Instead of hard network segmentation, software-defined segmentation is the best way to manage your data, workflows, services, etc. in your data center, distributed hybrid, or multi-cloud.

Using a network-centric data security strategy that grants specific access only to those who need it, the zero-trust architecture focuses on an organization's business needs and performance. By enabling parameters to configure access and restrictions, the Zero Trust model looks at data security from a whole new perspective. Unlike legacy networks that have no visibility or control over network and data usage, trust-free architectures expose all network traffic through policy-based hashing gateways to manage access to data, applications, and assets. There are certain rules that must be followed before accessing resources in a network of distrust.

Five major topics that I want to cover in this Masters course.

1. The Zero Trust Structure 2.0: Introduction and Importance

2. The zero-trust structure is the purpose, concept, maintenance, and pillar

3. The distrust architecture approach of Microsoft, Oracle and IBM

4. Framework and Principles for Zero Trust Architectural Design

5. Create a distrust strategy

Who is this course for:

All RUG and PG IT students, Students who are interested in learning Zero Trust Architecture concepts. And

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