It brings a multi-layered security architecture
ZeroTrust contributes to a better security framework for departments looking to protect their digital data while providing flexibility to employees. What to consider during implementation?
The use of Zero Trust is an important step for private sector organizations and authorities to better respond to cyber attacks. The aim is to achieve complete control and transparency over networks, applications and end devices, regardless of the location of connected devices.
The growing number of IoT devices, such as wearable devices or medical devices, are new entry points for cybercriminals. Therefore, to fully implement Zero Trust, you need clear visibility into your network devices.
A complete zero-trust management platform helps you protect networks from devices that are not recognized by conventional platforms.
In this white paper you will learn how Zero Trust can be successfully implemented using use cases directly from practice. Focuses on executives – but the knowledge is useful for companies in all sectors.
To determine accessible resources and data.
To identify potential vulnerabilities.
To ensure regulatory compliance.
For inventory software and applications.