Zero trust is a security framework that assumes no trust in any user or device, both inside and outside of an organization’s network perimeter. It shifts from a traditional perimeter-based security model to a model that focuses on securing every user, device, and network resource, regardless of their location.Get the infosheet
Always verify the identity and security posture of users, devices, and applications before granting access.
Grant the minimum level of access required to perform specific tasks based on the principle of least privilege.
Divide the network into smaller, isolated segments to contain potential breaches and limit lateral movement.
Continuously monitor user and device behavior, network traffic, and other indicators of compromise to detect and respond to threats in real time.
Accept that breaches can and will happen. Design security measures to minimize the impact of a breach and ensure a thorough incident response.
Implementing a zero trust architecture requires a comprehensive strategy that encompasses people, processes, and technology, including multi-factor authentication (MFA) for all users.
CBTS’ enterprise cloud architecture and cybersecurity services combine to deliver solutions with security controls integrated into the design. Our battle-tested blueprints and processes ensure rapid, efficient, and effective zero trust deployment.
Security experts say that adopting zero trust principles benefits enterprises by significantly reducing the risk and impact of data breaches.
There are many use cases where zero trust allows you to balance your business objectives and execute your cybersecurity plan.