Zero Trust Security Model
Rethink Your Approach to Enterprise Security
As traditional network perimeters dissolve, security professionals must discard the old model of “trust but verify”, which relied on well-defined boundaries. Instead, strengthen security levels by implementing a “never trust” approach for everything — including users, endpoints, networks, servers and applications.
Rethink your security by always first verifying identity and endpoint health, then use policies to govern access to corporate resources.
Never Trust, Always Verify
Access Upon Confirmation
Jane can access SalesForce,
Jane authenticated by 2FA
Endpoint SecurityPosture = Compliant
Endpoint Authorized = Yes
Location = Santa Clara
Why Zero Trust?
A Zero Trust approach to security assumes that everything is untrusted and must always be verified to decrease the chance of a major breach. The notion of a robust perimeter no longer exists and thus, by combining identity assurance, and endpoint posture to grant access through a least privilege model, lateral movement, phishing attacks, and other common attack vectors are eliminated.