How to secure your organization using a zero-trust security model

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How to secure your organization using a zero-trust security model

A zero-trust security model is an approach to cybersecurity in which no user or device is trusted until they have been authenticated and authorized. By eliminating trust assumptions, zero-trust reduces the attack surface and improves an organization’s overall security posture.

This model does away with traditional network security models and provides a more granular and dynamic approach to security, providing the following benefits:

  1. Improved visibility into threats

By monitoring user access and activity, organizations can quickly identify threats and take the necessary steps to protect their data.

  1. Increased flexibility

By utilizing granular access control policies, organizations can customize security policies to fit their specific needs.

  1. Improved compliance

By properly authenticating and authorizing users, organizations can ensure they are in compliance with data privacy regulations.

  1. Enhanced security

By only allowing authenticated and authorized access, organizations can reduce the risk of data breaches and protect their most sensitive data. Read our Insights article for more information on data breaches.

  1. Improved user experience

By ensuring that all users are authenticated and authorized, organizations can access the data they need quickly and securely.

  1. Reduced costs

By only granting access to users and devices that have been authenticated, organizations can reduce the need for costly security hardware and software.

At Creativo, we believe a zero-trust security model is the best approach for cybersecurity in 2023.

Contact us to find out how it can help protect your organization.