Where to start & why it matters
What is the Atlassian Cloud Zero Trust Security model? Well, for decades, enterprise security controls were built to protect a large, single perimeter around a corporation. Often described as castle-and-moat security,
This approach is based on the principle that the perimeter (or moat) should protect everything within its bounds. And everything inside the network is trusted by default.
This model worked for environments where applications are hosted in an on-premises solution.
But castle-and-moat doesn’t stand up to the security threats posed by the proliferation of cloud applications, devices, and logins.
Discover the Atlassian Cloud model
The corporate technology space has changed dramatically since the days of castle-and-moat. That change brought the need for a new approach to workplace security.
Enter Zero Trust – the new Atlassian Cloud security model that industry experts have turned to. It addresses the growing security challenges in the modern workplace.
In this white paper we will review the current state of workplace security, the basic principles of the Atlassian Cloud Zero Trust security model. Additionally we’ll explore how you can begin your journey towards a Zero Trust secure workplace environment.