Zero Trust Security Framework
Legacy technologies will not protect your business against modern threats
Protect your applications, data, devices and users anywhere with a Zero Trust framework.
As remote working has bought extra pressure with new security scenarios at play – It’s now vital to protect your network, have multi-factor authentication to secure internet access, infrastructure, and cloud-based applications to ensure your business is not exposed.
Zero Trust is imperative for all businesses today – The Zero Trust framework is a strategic initiative that prevents data breaches by eliminating the concept of trust from an organisation’s network architecture.
The principle of Zero Trust is to “never trust, always verify,” – This protects modern digital environments by leveraging network segmentation, preventing lateral movement, providing Layer 7 threat prevention, and simplifying granular user-access control.
Australia’s private and public sector continues to be targeted by more sophisticated cyber-attacks, so businesses need to be vigilant in protecting their networks and use multi-factor authentication to secure remote workers, data and their assets.
81% of data breaches involve weak or stolen credentials.
50% of attacks are Malware-free, meaning legacy anti-virus can’t stop it.
70% web traffic is encrypted (SSL), which gives zero-days and botnets a great hiding place.
Business information no longer resides exclusively within the known perimeter of your organisation. Data and systems have moved to the cloud, which has fractured the old security border and increased the risk of compromise and attack.
Protect your number one app from impersonation, malware, phishing attacks and scan.
Single sign-on and multi-factor authentication are the foundation for cloud/SaaS adoption.
SASE provides a full suite of security features as a service to protect remote workers from cyber-attacks and threats.
Protect your devices against evolving threats – including zero-day malware, and even malware-free attacks (NG AV works when you are offline)
Protect against “silent failure” – identifying breaches that have been in your environment for days, weeks or even months – by deploying real-time monitoring capabilities with immediate visibility.