The Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) recently published the Software-Defined Perimeter (SDP) 2.0 specification, which is created by their SDP and zero-trust working groups. Given that the original specification was published in 2014 and we’ve seen industry-wide eagerness to adopt zero trust, this update is timely. SDP ties closely to the pursuit of implementing a zero-trust architecture, and what follows are the key aspects of SDP 2.0 in zero-trust environments that CISOs and other security leaders need to know.

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