MEF 163 Draft Release 1 Zero Trust Certification Test Cases and Requirements
A Zero Trust Framework (ZTF), defined in MEF 118, is a cybersecurity architecture where users or clients (end users, applications, and other nonhuman Users, Devices, and Applications that request information from resources) are authenticated, authorized, and continuously validated before being granted access to, maintaining access to, or performing operations on applications.
The focus of this document is on the test cases and requirements for certification of Zero Trust (ZT) implementations. The certification of ZT implementation seen as key for enterprise customers to know about different offerings and solutions so that they can make informed decisions when purchasing ZT.
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