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Background First coined in 1994 by Stephen Marsh in his doctoral thesis, Formalising Trust as a Computational Concept, the term Zero Trust was later popularized by a Gartner research analyst. Some years later in 2011, when Google announced its internal implementation of Zero Trust architecture, the concept helped spark a new, wide-spread interest in the technology and security communities. In response to this increased public interest, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), in coordination with the National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE), developed a special publication (SP 800-207) on Zero Trust architecture and have since published additional information on implementation practices.