Zero Trust, a proactive, integrated approach to security across all layers of the digital world.that explicitly and continuously verifies every transaction and relies on intelligence, advanced detection, and real-time response to threats. More Information?
Zero Trust Adoption Report
Get the latest research on how and why organizations are adopting Zero Trust to help inform your strategy, uncover collective progress and prioritization, and gain insights on this rapidly evolving space.
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Zero Trust principles
Always authenticate and authorize based on all available data points, including user identity, location, device health, service or workload, data classification, and anomalies.
Utilize least privileged access
To help secure both data and productivity, limit user access with just-in-time and just-enough-access (JIT/JEA), risk-based adaptive polices, and data protection.
Minimalize blast radius and segment access. Validate end-to-end encryption and use analytics to gain visibility, drive threat detection, and expand defenses.
What’s your next step with Zero Trust?
Assess the Zero Trust maturity stage of your organization and receive targeted milestone guidance, in addition to a select list of resources and solutions to move forward in your diverse security.
Zero Trust explained
Instead of trusting in your corporate security system to keep everything safe, the Zero Trust model anticipates breaches and verifies each request when it originates from an open network. Regardless of where the request stems from or what resource it accesses, Zero Trust teaches us to “never trust, always verify.” Every access request is fully validated, authorized, and encrypted before granting access. Micro segmentation and least privileged access principles are applied to minimize breach risks. Rich intelligence and analytics are utilized to detect and respond to anomalies in real time.
Zero Trust Defense Areas
Verify and secure each user with authentication across all layers of the digital world.
Obtain visibility into devices accessing the network. Ensure compliance and health status are prior to granting access.
Learn about our remote IT Solution, to ensure right in-app permissions, real-time gate access analytics, monitor and control user actions.
Make a change to data-driven protection in order to encrypt and restrict accesses based on organizational policies.
TTS’s infrastructure detects attacks, blocks,and flags risky behavior, and employs least privilege access principles.
Ensure devices and users are not trusted just because they are on the network. Encrypt all internal communications, limit access by policy, and employ micro segmentation and real-time threat detection.
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Zero Trust: A roadmap to deployment
Alex Simons, Corporate Vice President for Identity Security at Microsoft, and Steve Turner, analyst at Forrester Research, discuss the adoption of Zero Trust and offer practical advice for organizations to get started.
Implementing Zero Trust at Microsoft
Microsoft has adopted a Zero Trust strategy to secure corporate and customer data. The implementation centers on strong user identity, device health verification, validation of app health, and least-privilege access to resources and services.
Deploy, integrate, and develop
Take the next steps in your organization’s end-to-end implementation with our Zero Trust Guidance Center docs for deployment, integration, and app development best practices.
Security leader insights
Senior cybersecurity leaders in energy, finance, insurance, and manufacturing share their insights and lessons learned on the Zero Trust adoption journey. Consider how your strategy compares with their approaches.
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