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Zero Trust
Security Model

  • In the new cloud generation and digital transformation era, organizations should consider a different security model that is more adaptive, capable to adapt to the sophistication of the modern infrastructures, enables the
    mobile workforce and cloud adoption, and protects data accessed by users, devices, applications from wherever they’re located.
  • Zero Trust’s main objective is to help understand, manage — and essentially, reduce — the implicit trust assumed in the traditional perimeter-based security architectures.
  • CyberKnight adopts Forrester’s Zero-Trust framework as the main methodology for our go-to-market solutions offerings and strategy.

Benefits of ZeroTrust Security

Enables workforces to work from anywhere and anytime, on any device, in a secure manner

Enables digital transformation with intelligent security for today’s complex hybrid environments

Eliminates security holes in your environment and reduces the risk of lateral movement

Optimize and evolve the legacy traditional perimeter-based security architectures to be more cybersecurity resilient


Network Security

ZeroTrust network security helps take physical and software preventative measures to protect the underlying networking infrastructure from unauthorized access, misuse, malfunction, modification, destruction, or improper disclosure.

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People & Identity Security

People are usually the weakest link within your organization, and your security is as strong as the weakest link within your security ecosystem. Threat actors know this for a fact and target the identities of corporate workforces to compromise them.

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Workloads & Application Security

Running workloads in a public cloud means that your data is on somebody else’s computer. It’s crucial to apply ZeroTrust workload principles to protect the front-end and back-end systems that run your daily business operations.

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Device Security

In the ZeroTrust Security model you must evaluate and assess every device, to ensure its trustworthiness and authenticity, approve access, and then isolate, secure, and always control every device touching the network on a continuous basis.

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Visibility and Analytics

In Zero Trust Model all network traffic should be inspected and logged: both internally as well as externally. To do this, it is recommended to deploy network analysis and visibility (NAV) tools in conjunction with legacy security information management (SIM) systems.

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Data Security

In a ZeroTrust model, you cannot trust anything residing in or out of your network. You also can’t rely on your on-prem security controls any longer, as the sensitive data is just transiting back and forth to the cloud, as it is sitting inside your network.

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Automation and Orchestration

Security orchestration integrates security tools, facilitates automation and combines dashboards, reports and human collaboration to increase the overall efficiency of a SecOps team.

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Governance and Risk

The governance pillar is a crucial element of the zero trust model’s implementation and maintenance. Its primary objective is to establish a framework that supports the zero trust model’s adoption.

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