The Usage of Clouds in Zero-Trust Security Strategy: An Evolving Paradigm


  • Jyoti Bartakke Research scholar
  • Dr. RajeshKumar Kashyap



cloud computing security challenges, trust management, zero trust security approach, zero trust benifits, zero trust challenges, zero trust cloud security, cloud security


Zero-trust security is a security model that assumes no entity is implicitly trusted, regardless of its origin or scope of access. This approach requires continuous verification of all users, devices, and applications before granting access to resources. Cloud computing is a model for delivering IT resources and applications as a service over the Internet. Cloud computing offers many benefits, including scalability, agility, and cost savings. However, cloud computing also introduces new security challenges. This paper proposes a survey-based research methodology to evaluate the usage of clouds in zero-trust security strategies. The paper identifies different zero-trust security solutions, their key features, and the benefits and challenges of implementing these solutions in the cloud. The paper will also discuss the costs and benefits of different zero-trust security solutions. The findings of this research will be valuable for organizations that are considering implementing a zero-trust security strategy in the cloud. The paper will provide guidance on how to choose the best zero-trust security solution for organizational needs and how to implement it effectively.




How to Cite

J. Bartakke and D. R. Kashyap, “The Usage of Clouds in Zero-Trust Security Strategy: An Evolving Paradigm”, J. inf. organ. sci. (Online), vol. 48, no. 1, Jun. 2024.