The Zero Trust model shifts focus from different types of authentication and access controls. This usually includes the misapprehension of single security perimeters, to customed controls around sensitive data stores, systems, applications, and networks. They assign identities in the form of user, roles, and systems, and commission or decommission access to users and brokers based on their roles. These are based on a network architecture that leverages:
Rather than building several layers of security controls from the outside in, Zero Trust protects the data from the inside out, thus building out security controls only where you need them.
There are a few requirements you need to meet before you can architect your Zero Trust solution:
Once you have met all the requirements, the next steps are to be followed.
Our Zero Trust model solutions ensure that only trusted identities get access to the applications, networks, systems, and data that they are entitled to as per their role, and to perform their jobs. The trust is verified at every step to ensure the genuineness of the employees.