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Cyber Security Solutions

What is a Zero-Trust Security Model?

A term coined by Forrester Research as a preferred security model

  • Ensures all resources as accessed securely, regardless of location

  • Adopts the least privilege strategy and strictly enforces access control. 

  • Inspects and logs all traffic

  • A security-posture that default denies access  to systems

  • It abolishes the idea fo a trusted network inside the corporate perimeter.

  • It is being adopted by IT teams around the world. 

Why Deploy a Zero Trust and Software-Defined Perimeter (SDP)?

Secure high-risk apps & data 

  • "Crown Jewels"

  • Privileged users

  • Third-party access 

Secure cloud deployments

  • Extend to AWS and Azure

  • Integrate cloud-native features

  • Unify access control

Lower costs & simplify operations

  • Reduce network complexity

  • Limit dependency on firewalls

  • Replac e legacy VPNs

Software-Defined Perimeter (SDP) Helps you solve:

  • Server exploitation

  • Cloud Connectivity

  • Lateral Movement

  • Insider Threats​

  • Compliance Concerns

  • DDoS

  • Complexity

  • Malware

Software Defined Perimeter (SDP) in Action

1. Using Single Packet Authorization, the client makes an access request to the controller
2. Controller checks context passes entitlements to client
3. Gateway creates “Segment of One” access rule to the client and acts as a bridge to the application
4.Controller continuously monitors for context changes, adapts entitlements accordingly

Reach out to us and learn about the  industry’s most comprehensive SDP Solution 

Benefits include:

  • Full network security platform

  • Cloud-agnostic and hybrid native

  • Deep integration with business systems

  • Resilient and massively scalable

  • ”Segment of One” design reduces the attack surface, audit scope

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