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Zero Trust

Where to start? Gain greater visibility and understanding of what you need to protect. Then you can prioritize where to focus and set the right security policies.

What you can’t see will hurt you

To build a Zero Trust architecture, you need to have visibility across your networks.

Gain confidence in your approach. A network model provides a visualization of all network elements across your hybrid environments, combined with understanding all the rules and configurations in place.

Without visibility into existing configurations, policies, and rule sets it is difficult to design a Zero Trust architecture.

Determine the configurations, policies, rule sets, and network segmentation needed to achieve your Zero Trust goals.

Do you know everything you need to know in order to design a Zero Trust architecture for your attack surface?

A network model dynamically represents your hybrid environments across corporate networks, private cloud, public cloud, and OT. You can then better analyze the protect surface when implementing Zero Trust.

Zscaler and Kyndryl discuss best practices when building a Zero Trust architecture for dynamic attack surfaces.

Zero in on change risk

Once you build it, you don't want to break it.

Validate all changes before you make them.

Zero Trust can help maintain compliance, but only if changes don't cause exposure.

Reduce the risk of human error by automating workflows and validating changes.

Zero Trust needs to work with the significant technology investments you already have in place.

Optimize your existing security estate by analyzing all of your configurations and security controls in one place.

Build a better Zero Trust architecture with context-aware change management.

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