Zero Trust is a cyber security strategy that focuses on the fundamental belief that organizations should not automatically grant user access to any human or machine identity without first being fully verified and authenticated.
Rather than focusing on constantly trying to strengthen and defend an organization’s network perimeter, Zero Trust assumes that a breach has already taken place, so it includes a design that acknowledges data needs to be protected both inside and outside the network.
The main objective of Zero Trust is to mitigate both internal and external cybersecurity breaches in modern hybrid cloud environments.
At ObserveID, we believe that practicing Zero Trust should not require implementing new technologies. With the ObserveID platform, Zero Trust is built-in by automatically removing all trust from every human and machine identity. Instead, we strictly grant the finite level of access and permissions required to complete the specific job function required by that identity.
The ObserveID platform incorporates Zero Trust as part of the overall approach to Identity Lifecycle Management. This includesJust-in-Time (JIT) provisioning, continuous identity intelligence and automation, entitlement management observability, and the enforcement of governance policies such as Principles of Least Privilege (PoLP).
With ObserveID, to achieve Zero Trust, an organization does not need to replace its existing IAM/PAM/SIEM solutions. With the help ofObserveID’s leading Cloud Infrastructure Entitlement Management (CIEM)platform, organizations can begin to enforce Zero Trust in a phased-in approach with our fully integrated SaaS solution.
Using the ObserveID continuous six step identity management process, we help organizations achieve their Zero Trust goals