Identity and Privileged Access Management
Helping organizations adopt Zero Trust, a new model for cybersecurity capable of protecting all enterprise assets
Whether a user is working in the office or from home, he will still require quick and easy access to sensitive data to perform his activity. Even though organizations are aware of the challenges that they face in such situations, dealing with them can be costly, time consuming and difficult.
Organizations of all sizes have regulatory requirements to satisfy and maintain client and employee trust. Failing to meet these requirements, puts them at great risk.
Do organizations know:
- where sensitive/critical data is located?
- if the right people have access?
- if the level of access is appropriate?
- if they can prove it?
What organizations can do
All organizations need to implement comprehensive information security and resiliency practices for zero trust to be effective. When balanced with existing cybersecurity policies and guidance, identity and access management, continuous monitoring, and best practices, a Zero Trust Architecture can protect against common threats and improve an organization’s security posture by using a managed risk approach.