Zero Trust

Zero trust is a security concept that found its way to the mainstream in recent years

Organizations have traditionally seen everything outside the network as dangerous and everything inside the network as safe and therefore trusted.

Many organizations implemented a perimeter defense, a sort of “moat around the castle” solution. But what if your trusted network is compromised from within? Even worse, by adopting cloud technologies and embracing a digital transformation, you are effectively moving company data outside the perimeter you tried so hard to secure.

Zero trust builds on this premise by assuming no device or user, whether they live outside or inside your corporate network, is to be trusted. This means continuous monitoring and enforcement of security controls are necessary to keep your data safe no matter where it resides, no matter what device it needs to be accessed from.

  • You want to make sure access to your resources is built on the principle of least privilege.
  • You want to stay ahead of attackers and assume you’ve been breached.
  • We can help by defining a zero trust architecture adapted to your business needs.
  • We can implement the necessary controls from our portfolio to elevate your security posture, but we can also monitor the solutions you already have and tie them together using our SOC services.
Bas Moekotte
Bas Moekotte

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Design: Each cloud (internal/external/hybrid) has its own features. A security classification must be established for every server/instance/application. It’s important to create a high-level design for that cloud that seamlessly coordinates with existing IT security policies.

Insight: We use sensors and agents to constantly monitor the traffic flows and who is using your data. This will provide an accurate view of security.

Control: Control is enforced with the smartest prevention measures and best practices. A broad range of techniques automatically inspects the traffic for (un)known and suspected malware and malicious activities.

Compliance: Under the GDPR, you are required to have (your) data security under control as well as protecting (your) data in the cloud. With this, you have the ultimate responsibility and must be able to prove you are in control of information security in your organization.

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