Zero Trust

Zero Trust is a relatively new and evolving approach to cybersecurity. Our best-of-breed cybersecurity vendors offer the latest technologies to help with the Zero Trust journey.

Understanding Zero Trust

The term Zero Trust has been widely adopted in cybersecurity circles over the past few years, but what does it actually mean? Zero Trust is a cybersecurity model that assumes no implicit trust, even within an organisation's network, and requires verification from anyone trying to access resources and assets. It originated from the realisation that traditional security models, which relied heavily on perimeter defenses, were not enough when addressing the evolving threat landscape of advanced cyberattacks and insider threats. The Zero Trust model emphasises continuous authentication, strict access controls, and the principle of least privilege to enhance overall security posture and protect against unauthorised access and data breaches.

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Putting Zero Trust into action

Zero Trust assumes that no user, system, or network component should be trusted by default, regardless of their location or previous access history. Trust must be continuously validated through verification mechanisms. Our solutions help to monitor and validate all aspects within a Zero Trust model.

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