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Next-Level Zero Trust Security Services for Unyielding Protection.


Zero Trust Network

Zero trust is a security strategy that no entity/user, app, service, or device should be trusted by default. Following the principle of least-privileged access, before any connection is allowed, trust is established based on the entity’s context and security posture, and then continually reassessed for every new connection, even if the entity was authenticated before.

What we do


ZTNA provides controlled identity- and context-aware access to resources, reducing the surface area for attack. ZTNA starts with a default deny posture, applying the principles of zero trust, such as resource isolation behind a policy enforcement point and just-in-time access to resources. It grants access based on the identity of users and their devices plus other attributes and context, such as time/date, geolocation and device posture — and adaptively offers the appropriate trust required at the time. The result reduces risk in an environment through a decreased attack surface and the flexibility to place controls closer to the resource being protected. ZTNA appeals to organizations looking for more flexible and responsive ways to connect and collaborate with their digital business ecosystems, remote workers, contractors and trusted third parties.


Identity Access Management (IAM) ensures that data shared across your organization is accessible to the right people, and remains inaccessible to those who should not have access to it. You can create users in your identity management system, assign users individual security credentials (such as access keys, passwords, multi-factor authentication devices), or request temporary security credentials to provide users access to services and resources. You can specify permissions to control which operations a user can perform.

PAM (Privileged Access Management) helps prevent security breaches by protecting sensitive administrative credentials, controlling privileged user access, proactively enforcing security policies, and monitoring and recording privileged user activity across virtual, cloud, and physical environments. The solution provides comprehensive PAM services, including a privileged credential vault, session recording, behavioral analytics, fine-grained access control, and secrets management.

VIrtual Private Network (VPN) empowers organizations to adopt a security model built on continuous verification and least privilege access. By dynamically assessing user identities, device posture and application access, VPN enforces granular access controls, granting authorized users access to only the resources they need.

Multi-factor Authentication (MFA) is an authentication method that requires the user to provide two or more verification factors to access any resources such as Cloud Accounts, Enterprise Applications, or Private applications over VPN. MFA will enhance your organization’s security by enforcing users to identify themselves by more than a username and password. While important, usernames and passwords are vulnerable to brute force attacks and can be stolen by third parties. Enforcing the use of an MFA factor like a thumbprint or physical hardware key means increased confidence that your organization will stay safe from cyber criminals.