Zero Trust Architecture Explained
The rates of malicious threats are on the rise in almost every industry. If your business uses technology phishing attacks and credential theft are a real boundary that could prevent your business from completing its operations. With the proliferation of cloud computing, remote working and AI and machine learning a number of enterprises are finding difficulty with keeping their data secure and facing a large number of network threats.
A zero trust architecture introduces a policy that removes the assumption of trust from networks and users and places it into advanced authentication methods. Rather than using a typical security-based software, remote authentication can take place even when employees are using their own devices or accessing company data over the cloud. Adopting a zero trust model is helping businesses to adapt a stronger security infrastructure and to deliver a more controlled solution to protect against the latest threats.
Adopting a zero trust architecture can provide you with a true password less authentication and a strong level of data security no matter where you are going to be accessing your company resources. Having a strong and unified access control solution for your security is crucial no matter what industry you’re working within and no matter what type of resources that you would typically use for your business.
As data security could potentially reveal your company secrets, customer data information, personal information or lead to the complete shutdown of your business, zero trust architecture is an element of insurance that will keep your business operating with greater peace of mind.
If you’re interested in learning more about zero trust architecture and how you can adapt this strategy for your business, contact us today. We can be your network partners in the creation of a strong zero trust architecture network security strategy.