Zero Trust Hardware Access Use Case

A large corporate bank identified a suspicious transaction within the enterprise. Upon further investigation, it was discovered that the palm-vein scanner used for biometric authentication was compromised and, subsequently, granting unauthorized access. As a result of the compromise, the bank’s Zero Trust (ZT) model was at risk of being circumvented due to its reliance on identity-based access control.

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