Embracing a Zero-Trust Security Model

Zero-Trust protects your business and continuosly providing automatic control access and usage based on your team’s behavior.

In the moving of everything digital, organizations should not automatically trust anything before granting access. It needs to verify anything verify everything who trying to connect to the systems until you know who that user is and whether they’re authorized.

In the traditional approach to IT security, the network perimeter is used as the enforcement point for security controls. Once this point is passed, most resources can be accessed. This perimeter enforcement is, however, not sufficient any more, as many devices on a network have access to the internet. If a device is compromised, the attacker can access the corporate network without passing through the perimeter. A new paradigm is therefore required: Zero Trust.

The Zero Trust approach relies on various existing technologies and governance processes to accomplish its mission of securing the enterprise IT environment. The approach model eliminates implicit trust in any one element, node, or service and instead requires  continuous verification of the operational picture via real-time information fed from multiple sources to determine access and other system responses. It constantly limits access to only what is needed and looks for anomalous or malicious activity.

Zero Trust embeds comprehensive security monitoring; granular risk-based access controls; and system security automation in a coordinated manner throughout all aspects of the infrastructure in order to focus on protecting critical assets in real-time within a dynamic threat environment. Zero Trust. Leased privilege. Allowing Trusted. Whitelisting.

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Our Solutions

Adaptive Microsegmentation

We rely on the network to deliver applications. But as IT scales in size, connectivity, and environments outside the network to public cloud, we cannot rely solely on the network to secure applications. The network is not the best option for designing, building, and delivering security segmentation. The answer is to decouple security segmentation from the network. This allows us to protect applications wherever they run – because they do not live exclusively on our networks anymore, and enforcement must go wherever they do. 

Micro Segmentation plays a key role in achieving Zero Trust Security. It has emerged as one of the best techniques to protect organiations again breaches by restricting attacker lateral movement and reducing the attack surface.

Identity and Access Management

Identity and access management (IAM) is essential for securing the hybrid multicloud enterprise. It securely connect every user to the right level of access. Smart, modern identity solutions deliver a frictionless and secure experience for every user, asset and data interaction providing a foundation for a zero trust strategy.

Grant access rights, provide single sign-on from any device, enhance security with multifactor authentication, enable user lifecycle management, protect privileged accounts, and many more.

Privilege Access Management

Securely manage and audit account and corporate resource access by privileged users.

A Priviledge Access Management protects and manages all types of privileged accounts. A mature privileged access management solution goes further than simple password generation and access control to individual systems. It provides a unified, robust, and importantly, a transparent platform that is integrated into an organization’s overall identity and access management (IAM) strategy.

Browser Isolation

The browser Isolation enables full internet use yet adheres to the Zero Trust principle of “never trust.” It safeguards organizations from phishing, web-based threats and credential theft, while enabling natural, productive internet use. It secures a computer and network from web-based threats by executing all browsing activity in an isolated virtual environment.