Identity and Zero Trust are critical components of a comprehensive cybersecurity strategy. By properly identifying and authenticating users, devices, and systems, organizations can reduce the risk of cyber attacks and protect their sensitive data and resources. Zero Trust reduces the attack surface of a network or system by limiting access to only those users, devices, and systems that have been explicitly granted access. This is achieved through the use of identity-based controls, such as multifactor authentication, access controls, and network segmentation.
Identity & Zero Trust
Solving processes and technologies used to create, manage, and secure user identities and permissions. This includes user registration, authentication, and authorization.
Building the centralized repository of user and device information that is used to manage identities and access.
Benefits to implementing Zero Trust
Reduced attack surface: By assuming that all users, devices, and systems within a network are untrusted until proven otherwise, zero trust reduces the attack surface of a network or system by limiting access to only those users, devices, and systems that have been explicitly granted access.
Improved security posture: Zero trust helps to improve the overall security posture of an organization by requiring strict authentication and access controls for all users, devices, and systems. This makes it more difficult for attackers to gain access to sensitive data and resources.
Enhanced visibility and control: With zero trust, organizations have greater visibility and control over the activities of users, devices, and systems within their network. This allows them to quickly identify and mitigate potential security threats.
Enhanced compliance: Zero trust helps organizations to meet various security and compliance requirements by ensuring that only authorized users, devices, and systems have access to sensitive data and resources.
Improved agility and scalability: Zero trust can help organizations to be more agile and scalable, as it enables them to easily and securely onboard new users, devices, and systems without compromising security.