To build trust in today’s digital economy, organisations are increasingly choosing to eliminate it altogether — by adopting a zero trust perspective to cyber security.
Rooted in the principle of “Assume nothing, check everything and limit access”, zero trust is a strategic approach that leverages user identity and data value to maintain strict access controls.
Shifting away from traditional perimeter-based cyber defence solutions which assume implicit trust for all users within an organisation’s network, it harnesses advanced analytics to validate authenticity at every level of digital interaction.
No validation? No access.
For example, no user — either inside or outside the enterprise network — is automatically granted access. Even with valid usernames and password credentials, users are denied entry to the system if their device has not been validated or if the required trust level has not been authenticated.
In an increasingly dynamic cyber threat landscape, this provides organisations with real-time visibility into data access and potential cyber risks — paving the way for an identity-aware and data-centric approach to cyber security.
In our report, we provide insights into the future of zero trust capabilities and recommend steps that you can take to build a more resilient cyber posture. This includes key perspectives into our Adaptive Security model which provides organisations with seamless, strategic zero trust solutions.
Key features of our model include:
Identify and assess
Once a threat has been identified, zero trust guides your business in enforcing the right controls.
Protect and defend
Learn to build adaptive defensive capabilities to address threats.
Detect and contain
Automate the containment of threats more effectively.
Respond and remediate
Automate and orchestrate your remediation strategies to protect your assets.
Recover and transform
Rebuild your cyber defence capabilities, while accelerating the adoption of cloud services.