Operationalizing The Zero Trust Framework

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The Zero Trust Framework is a radical shift to network security. It is not a solution to be purchased off the shelf but a mindset on how organizations should approach securing their IT infrastructures (On-Premises and Cloud) against devasting data breaches caused by external and internal adversaries.

There needs to be clarity around the Zero Trust framework, especially within the cybersecurity vendor’s space. When asked by five different vendors, you’ll surely get five different meanings of the Zero Trust framework! Added to the seeming confusion around the Zero Trust framework is the model to be adopted. The framework has two categories, i.e., those championed by the
Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) and Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA). While CISA is responsible for the civilian side of things, DISA, on the other hand, is solely responsible for implementing the military side of things.

Implementing the Zero Trust framework should ensure your organization does not end up in the media for the wrong reasons (data breaches).

With the DISA’s ZT version successfully implemented, organizations can expect the following benefits frictionlessly.

Continuously verify users and the devices they use.

Make access to data, endpoints, applications, and privileges conditional.

Continuously verify data and applications explicitly.

Practical Implementation

Technologies Mapping Of Zero Trust Pillars

  • Continuously verify data and applications explicitly.

  • Continuously verify data and applications explicitly.

  • Micro-Segmentation, NAC, PHYSICAL LAYER 1 RDM & NDR

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