Zero Trust Security

Today, With Wi-Fi connecting well over 50,000 different types of devices

From smart phones, laptops, entryway locks, vending machines, and even trash cans, IT must assume that no user, device, or network segment is inherently trustworthy.

Zero Trust architectures ensure that all devices and users trying to access the network are identified and authenticated, before providing the least amount of access required through a predefined security policy.

Zero Trust Security

Once on the network, validated devices and users must be continuously monitored so that there is full visibility into who and what is on the network and what activities are taking place.

Managing legacy networks with manual processes is not only inefficient and impractical, it also creates visibility gaps and potential security vulnerabilities.