Recommendations to adopt Zero Trust principles

Zero Trust is an end-to-end approach to network and data security that encompasses identity, credentials, access management, operations, endpoints, hosting environments, and the interconnecting infrastructure. 'Zero Trust Architecture provides a collection of concepts, ideas, and component relationships (architectures) designed to eliminate the uncertainty in enforcing accurate access decisions in information systems and services' NIST Operative... Continue Reading →

Part 3 : Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA)

Zero trust network access is an IT security model that requires strict identity verification for every person and device trying to access resources on a private network, regardless of whether they are sitting within or outside of the network perimeter. In order to achieve this there is no single specific technology is associated with zero... Continue Reading →

Part 2 :Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA)

Achieve Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) in an Enterprise network How to achieve zero trust network access in Internal network The security devices should have the below capabilities to achieve the ZTNA in inside networks. Ensure the network access and user access policies are restricted based on the business needs and only the intended users... Continue Reading →

Part 1 : Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA)

Overview In a traditional security model assumes that everything on the inside of an organization’s network can be trusted, but given increased attack sophistication and insider threats, new security measures need to be taken to stop them from spreading once inside. Because traditional security models design to protect the perimeter, threats that get inside the... Continue Reading →

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