Reduce cyber risk by requiring users to prove who they are, and that they have the need and the authorization to access network resources.

61%

of organizations have implemented Zero Trust initiatives.*

$2M

represents the amount companies with mature Zero Trust implementation save compared to those without, after suffering a data breach.**

86%

of small businesses experiences half the number of attacks as large enterprises did, in 2021.***

*Source: Okta’s 2023 State of Zero Trust report, **The IBM 2021 Cost of a Data Breach Report, ***2023 Data Breach Investigations Report .

Never trust; always verify. Elevate your security to a higher standard.

›‹ Secure Remote Workforce

Ensure swift and reliable access to applications, and facilitate seamless onboarding for third-party users without the need for a VPN setup. This not only diminishes the attack surface but also alleviates the workload on your IT teams, all while maintaining robust data security.

›‹ Principle of Least Privilege

Embracing the cybersecurity equivalent of the military’s “Need-To-Know Basis” principle, limiting access rights to the essential, acts as a robust defense against Insider Threats, ensuring sensitive information remains secure.

›‹ API Security

Strengthen your network’s API security with encryption and access controls. Safeguard sensitive data, prevent unauthorized access, and ensure seamless, secure data exchange for your organization and clients alike.

›‹ Enforced Credential Security

Enforce password integrity with secure storage and automated password rotation to eliminate exposure and guarantee that passwords can no longer be shared or stolen.

›‹ Privileged Access Monitoring

Real-time session monitoring and session recording with metadata extraction enable audit trails. Instant alarms and session termination address the vulnerabilities, ensuring a proactive defense against malicious activities.

›‹ Multi-Factor Authentication

With multi-factor authentication (MFA), users will be authenticated and authorized before accessing corporate systems.

Start your Zero Trust journey with identity and access security

Zero-Trust Solutions

MFA

Multi
Factor
Authentication

Ensure strong multi-factor authentication of user access to business applications and corporate assets.

Remote Access

Remote
Access

Prevent Remote Access from increasing the attack surface while offering optimum usability.

IDaaS

Identity
as a
Service

Ensure secure access across in-house or cloud applications from a centralized platform.

PAM

Privileged
Access
Management

Streamline IT security compliance with all-in-one access security including market-leading session management.

IAG

Identity &
Access
Governance

Achieve better adherence to regulations, enabling meticulous risk management and streamlined auditing.

The what, how and why of Zero Trust Cybersecurity

Redefine trust beyond traditional boundaries. Discover how security rooted in proof, not location, safeguards your organization from every angle.

Zero Trust FAQ

Unlike other security models that presume activity is legitimate until proven, Zero Trust operates on the premise that no activity is inherently trustworthy. It demands evidence to grant privileged access to sensitive resources, ensuring a rigorous verification process.

Zero Trust operates under the belief that traditional network boundaries are obsolete. Networks can exist locally, in the cloud, or as a hybrid, with resources and workers scattered across diverse locations. It serves as a framework, ensuring the security of infrastructure and data in the context of today’s digital transformation landscape.

Zero Trust requires strict identity verification, least privilege access, and continuous monitoring. It segments networks, employs encryption, and enforces access policies, enhancing security against internal and external threats.

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