Implementing Zero Trust Without the Complexity
81% breaches involve weak, default, or stolen passwords
Zero Trust networking assumes there is no such thing as a trusted insider or authorized user. “Trust no-one. Verify everything,” is the philosophy. Everyone in security is talking about its merits, but the challenge is implementation can require an intensive overhaul. Legacy infrastructure often doesn’t fit the Zero Trust architecture. Exceptions create weak points where threats like lateral movement become easier and less perceptible.
For the many areas and situations in the network that organizations are struggling with, Identity and Access Threat Prevention (IATP) can be a key component to adopting Zero Trust without the headache.
Here are some of the ways IATP solutions like the Preempt Platform support Zero Trust Requirements:
Support Zero Trust without the Headache
With the Preempt Platform, you can align Zero Trust with your network architecture and dramatically reduce the level of effort and change required to implement the framework. Threat prevention remains consistent across on-premise networks, cloud infrastrastructure, as well as cloud-based and federated applications. Employee habits and user experiences are maintained. With Preempt you can you can gain the benefits of Zero Trust, get more out of your existing architecture and significantly strengthen your security posture.