Zero Trust

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removes the risk associated with using passwords

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Product Benefits

Robust identity and access control provides secure access to applications from authorized devices .

Reduced attack surface:

Secure remote access

Active disk cloning

Cloud-friendly architecture

Improved threat detection and response



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Data encryption: Encrypt sensitive data at rest and in transit, minimizing the impact if it is breached. .

Continuous Verification

Least Privilege Access


Device Trust and Health Checks:

Identity and Access Management (IAM)

Data Encryption.

Continuous Monitoring and Threat Detection:

Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA)

Zero Trust Advantages
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Software and Web Development

  • Reduced Attack Surface:

    By requiring continuous verification of all users and devices, regardless of location or network origin, zero trust minimizes the potential attack surface for vulnerabilitie.

  • Enhanced Collaboration:

    Zero trust enables secure collaboration between developers, both internally and with external teams.

  • Reduced Risk of Data Breaches:

    By minimizing access privileges and continuously monitoring user activity, zero trust helps mitigate the risk of data breaches.

Chartered Accountants

  • Least Privilege Access:

    By granting access based on the principle of least privilege, CAs can ensure only authorized users have access to specific data needed for their tasks, limiting the damage a potential breach can cause.

  • Verification:

    Zero trust continuously verifies user and device identities, even within the network, preventing unauthorized access even with stolen credentials.

  • Streamlined Access Control:

    With automated access controls based on context and risk, CAs can access data efficiently without unnecessary permissions requests, saving time and effort.


  • Streamlined Access Control:

    With automated access controls based on context and risk, CAs can access data efficiently without unnecessary permissions requests, saving time and effort.

  • Enhanced Compliance:

    Complying with data privacy regulations like GDPR and CCPA is becoming increasingly important. Implementing zero trust helps distributors demonstrate their commitment to data security and facilitates compliance with these regulations.


  • Increased Security:

    Zero trust benefits dealers by ensuring only authorized users have access to the specific data and resources they need to perform their tasks. This protects them from unauthorized access attempts by malicious actors within the broader supply chain.

  • Reduced Reliance on Centralized Security:

    Zero trust shifts the focus from securing the network perimeter to securing individual resources. This reduces the reliance on centralized security solutions, potentially lowering IT costs for dealers.

  • Improved Collaboration:

    Zero trust can facilitate secure collaboration with distributors and other partners without compromising security. This leads to a more efficient and streamlined workflow.

Retail Chains

  • Enhanced Data Security:

    Zero trust emphasizes data-centric security, focusing on protecting individual data points rather than just the network perimeter. This is crucial for retailers who handle sensitive customer information like payment details and loyalty programs.

  • Improved Compliance:

    Retail businesses are often subject to various compliance regulations related to data privacy and security. Zero trust helps meet these requirements by providing detailed access logs and audit trails, enabling organizations to demonstrate compliance and mitigate potential fines or legal issues.

Game Enthusiasts

  • Reduced Risk of Account Takeovers:

    Zero trust principles like multi-factor authentication (MFA) and continuous verification can make it significantly harder for attackers to gain access to stolen game accounts, even if they obtain the login credentials. This can help protect valuable in-game items, progress, and financial information linked to the account.

  • Safer Online Gaming Communities:

    By making it harder for bad actors to impersonate legitimate players, zero trust principles can contribute to a safer online gaming environment, reducing the risk of scams, phishing attacks, and other forms of online manipulation.

  • Risk of Data Breaches:

    Gaming platforms that implement zero trust policies internally can significantly reduce the risk of data breaches that could expose player information like usernames, emails, and potentially even payment details.

Video Production

  • Granular access control:

    Different levels of access can be granted to editors, producers, and other stakeholders based on their specific needs, ensuring only authorized individuals can access specific content.

  • Least privilege access:

    By granting users only the access they need (just-enough-access, JEA), the impact of a compromised account is minimized. Even if an attacker gains access, they cannot access sensitive data beyond their designated area.

  • Continuous verification:

    Zero trust constantly verifies user identities and device health, reducing the risk of unauthorized access going unnoticed.

  • Data encryption:

    Encryption protects data at rest and in transit, adding an extra layer of security even if a breach occurs.

Advertising Agencies

  • Secure Anywhere, Anytime:

    With the rise of remote work, traditional network-based security becomes less effective. Zero trust, however, focuses on verifying identities and access requests regardless of location or device. This allows advertising agencies to securely empower their remote workforce without compromising security.

  • Continuous Monitoring:

    Zero trust involves continuous monitoring of user activity and system health. This provides agencies with better visibility into their network and enables them to detect anomalies and potential threats faster, allowing for prompt mitigation actions.


  • Reduced Attack Surface:

    By eliminating implicit trust and requiring continuous verification, zero trust minimizes the potential damage from a successful breach. Even if an attacker gains access to one credential or system, they won't have free reign over the entire network. Continuous Monitoring: Zero trust frameworks emphasize continuous monitoring of user activity and system behavior. This allows for early detection of suspicious activity and potential threats.

  • Secure Remote Access:

    As manufacturing environments become more distributed, secure remote access is crucial. Zero trust allows for secure access to critical systems and data from anywhere, without compromising security.


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    Frequently Asked Questions

    Traditional security models rely on perimeter defenses, assuming everyone inside the network is trusted. However, with the rise of remote work, cloud adoption, and sophisticated cyberattacks, these models are no 

    The cost of implementing zero trust varies depending on your specific needs and chosen solutions. However, the long-term benefits in terms of security, compliance, and efficiency often outweigh the initial investment.

    • Complexity: Some may be concerned about the perceived complexity of implementation. However, as mentioned, solutions and tools exist to simplify the process.
    • Cost: While upfront costs exist, the long-term benefits often outweigh them, and many cost-effective options are available.
    • User experience: Some may worry about user inconvenience with additional security measures. However, modern solutions are designed to be user-friendly and minimize disruption.
    • Enhanced security: Reduced attack surface, improved threat detection, and stronger data protection.
    • Increased agility and scalability: Secure remote access, cloud-friendly architecture, and easy adaptation to changing needs.
    • Improved operational efficiency: Streamlined security processes, reduced infrastructure costs, and better resource utilization.
    • Compliance with regulations: Adherence to data privacy and security regulations.

    Assess your current security posture: Identify strengths and weaknesses.
    Identify your specific security needs and risks: Understand your critical assets and potential threats.
    Develop a zero-trust strategy: Define your goals and roadmap for implementation.
    Start small and iterate: Begin with a pilot project and gradually expand your implementation.

    While implementing zero trust can require effort and planning, it doesn't have to be overly complex. Many cloud-based solutions and tools can simplify implementation, making it accessible to businesses of all sizes.