Securing Digital Transformation requires Zero Trust
Embracing Digital Transformation forces the re-examination of traditional security models. The old way of security does not provide business agility, user experiences, and protections needed for a rapidly evolving digital estate.
Our vision for security is implementing a Zero Trust approach to alleviate these challenges and enable the new normal of working anywhere, with anyone, at any time. Zero Trust is the essential security strategy for today’s reality.
Today’s organizations need a new security model that more effectively adapts to the complexity of the modern environment, embraces the hybrid workplace, and protects people, devices, apps, and data wherever they’re located.
Zero Trust is a proactive, integrated approach to security across all layers of the digital estate that explicitly and continuously verifies every transaction, asserts least privilege, and relies on intelligence, advanced detection, and real-time response to threats.
Expertise and Capabilites across Zero Trust Security Layers
Zero Trust starts with identity, verifying that only the people, devices, and processes that have been granted access to your resources can access them.
Next comes assessing the security compliance of device endpoints – the hardware accessing your data – including the IoT systems on the edge.
This oversight applies to your applications too, whether local or in the Cloud, as the software-level entry points to your information.
Next, there are protections at the network layer for access to resources – especially those within your corporate perimeter.
Followed by the infrastructure hosting your data on-premises and in the cloud. This can be physical or virtual, including containers, micro-services, and the underlying operating systems and firmware.
And finally, protection of the data itself across your files and content, as well as structured and unstructured data wherever it resides.
Certifications, Regulations and Standards
Protect your data and can manage cloud data security and compliance for your organization.
The ISO is an independent nongovernmental organization and the world’s largest developer of voluntary international standards. The IEC is the world’s leading organization for preparing and publishing international standards for electrical, electronic, and related technologies.
The Spain Esquema Nacional de Seguridad (ENS) is a national security framework that applies to all public organizations and government agencies in Spain that purchase cloud services, as well as to providers of information and communications technologies (ICT)
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a comprehensive data protection law that regulates the use of personal data of EU residents and provides individuals rights to exercise control over their data.