The tiCrypt Zero Trust principle is opposed to the traditional Zero-Trust.
Standard principle: Everything is allowed unless explicitly blocked.
tiCrypt principle: Everything is blocked unless explicitly allowed.
In tiCrypt, everything is shut within. If hackers would ever break in, they will become disabled when trying to take the data out of the system; since it is virtually impossible to perform that action.
The tiCrypt system is shut from the inside out as opposed to the traditional defenses which are shut from the outside in.
What all hackers do is transferring your internal data to external servers.This is the way most of the hacks happen worldwide.