Zero Trust Services Program

  • GEO: Canada
  • Company Size: 1000 + Employees
  • Titles: Engineering and Technical; Information Technology; Operations – Management
  • Job Level: All
  • Specific Functional Targeting: Security
  • Industries: All except Fed and SLED

When applications and users left the walls of the enterprise network, security teams had to compromise on how to keep data safe. Legacy methods of securing employee traffic – like VPNs, firewalls, and web proxies – have broken down under pressure, leaving companies with limited visibility, conflicting configurations, and excessive risk. New attack surfaces have emerged that can imperil sensitive data. And employees encounter new user experience challenges that prevent them from working efficiently.

As security teams navigate ongoing transformation, they’re looking for security controls that can be introduced without slowing the business down. That’s where a Zero Trust security posture, supported by an integrated Zero Trust security platform, comes in to help. Once implemented, a Zero Trust model requires user identity and multiple contextual factors to authorize access, making it difficult for attackers to compromise endpoint devices, impersonate employees and gain access to internal resources.

Top reasons our community cites for adopting or considering this solution:

  • We can’t produce an audit trail of the data and applications remote workers access. We don’t see enough to build the right policies.
  • A mix of network and security tools across many vendors are stitched together with configurations that no longer make sense for remote workers.
  • The tools we use to connect remote workers to self-hosted and SaaS apps and the Internet grant excessive trust, exposing us to potential data breaches.
  • Our remote access configuration (VPN, RDP, SSH), Internet browsing policy, and vulnerability management backlog exposes our network to ransomware attacks.
  • We need to proactively block our workforce’s user identities from being phished and our data from being accessed by phishers or risky devices.
  • Multiple different identity providers make identity federation and access management complex, especially for contractors or M&A.
  • It’s difficult to know if an insider threat occurred because VPN logs show source and destination IP address only, with little context on user identity or device posture.

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