What is Zero Trust Security?
Zero trust Security is a security approach based on a core belief that organizations should verify everything attempting to connect before granting access. Zero trust means trusting no one and assuming the network is compromised – challenging the user to prove they aren’t attackers. Zero Trust establishes a state of least privilege, so no user or application has only the access needed. A Zero Trust strategy needs to combine security information to generate the context (device security, location, etc.) that informs and enforces validation controls.
Zero Trust Minimum Requirements
Zero Trust Security requires an expansive portfolio of security solutions and experience: data, identity, devices and workloads, analytics, visibility, network and endpoint, and automation and orchestration.
Protect company data using zero trust security protocols. According to risk, Discover, classify, and manage data access for users and customers across your organization.
Govern and define zero trust security protocols by managing access for all users and privileged access accounts with multifactor authentication, SSO, and lifecycle management.
- Devices and Workloads
Defend the company with zero trust security protocols—from monitoring and managing endpoints to securing applications by design.
- Analytics and Visibility
Enforce and monitor zero trust security protocols with intelligent analytics. Monitor and view the behavior of all resources, users, and data that connect with the business.
- Network and Endpoints
Quickly solve and respond to security issues as part of a zero trust practice with orchestrated actions and playbooks.
- Automation and Orchestration
Implement skills and proven solutions to protect your organization's infrastructure, network, and endpoints from today's cyber security threats.