Getting to Zero Trust involves a journey

At the intersection of Identity and Security is the promised land of Compliance

No more implicit trust

Sorry George!  Zero Trust Architecture (ZTA) changes the Enterprise from traditional network-based defenses (Firewall, IDS & SIEM) to apply governance over the Users, Assets and Resources.  As many businesses have transformed their IT Operations to migrate to the Cloud, native Security controls have facilitated adoption of ZTA.  Proper authorization and authentication should occur at the beginning of each session.  TargetProof can help you on your Zero Trust journey.

Entitlement Reviews

Identify the Users, Resources and Policies assigned throughout your organization.

Policy Development

Start with a roadmap for who should have access to what resources for how long.

Access Governance

Implement the IAM controls to govern resources to the corporate policies.

Automated Reporting

Set recurring reports to provide audit trails for regulatory reviews and examinations.

A Conditional Access policy tailored to the User

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Identity Proofing

On-boarding for Internal, B2B and B2C access to resources requires an impact analysis before implementation to ensure business continues at full capacity.

Role Assignment

Implementing Zero Trust requires development of Role-Based Access Controls (RBAC) to govern User access to Assets and Resources.

Permissions Delegation

Establish group policies to delegate permissions based on role in the organization to quickly enforce compliance.

UX Design

Employ corporate branding and explicit instructions to foster adoption of authentication and authorization flows.

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