ZTNA - Zero Trusted Network Access

Zero Trust Network is a new model of cybersecurity designed to better address changing security requirements for modern organizations. Zero Trust frameworks improve security posture, prevent data breaches, and limit lateral movement on the network.

Zero Trust is a security model in which no device, user, or network segment is inherently trustworthy and thus should be treated as a potential threat.

  • Security threats can be inside or outside your network.
  • Every device and person accessing resources on your network must be
  • Authenticated and authorized.
  • By default, no person or device is trusted.

three main concepts of Zero Trust

Comprehensive Visibility
Active and passive discovery provides full visibility of all users and devices on your network, which can help you implement controls.
Least access micro-segmentation and control
Access control policies grant access to resources that are absolutely necessary for a device or user and segment them from other resources that are not required.
Continuous monitoring and enforcement
Ongoing monitoring of users and devices on the network greatly reduces risks related to threats and malware.

benefits of Zero Trust?

Zero Trust helps ensure network security for today’s era of mobility, IoT, and work-from-home environments.

  • Limits exposure to security risks related to vulnerable IoT devices.
  • Helps reduce the risk of advanced threats that bypass traditional perimeter security controls.
  • Limits damage related to lateral movement by attackers and infected devices.
  • Takes a more holistic approach to security regardless of who or what is connecting and from where.
  • Applies best practices such as micro-segmentation for a “Least Access” approach.

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