A zero trust security posture reduces the threat surface and minimizes the threat windows during which attackers can inflict damage, helping to protect against everything from simple malware to advanced persistent threats. Zero trust is about having visibility into who is doing what, and why, within your network and ensuring that in the event of anomalous activity, you can control and or limit any threats to the network.
BeyondTrust Privileged Access Management delivers identity-centric security that secures against both external and internal threats and stands at the core of any zero trust strategy.
BeyondTrust PAM solutions work relentlessly to identify and secure every privileged user (human or non-human), asset, and session across your digital estate. We call this holistic approach Universal Privilege Management.
As envisioned by NIST (SP 800-207) and other security thought leaders, Zero Trust aspires to eliminate persistent trust, enforce continuous authentication, least privilege, and adaptive access control, and elevate the benefits of segmentation and microsegmentation for secure access.
BeyondTrust Endpoint Privilege Management combines least privilege management and advanced application control and protection to provide the industry’s most powerful solution for condensing the endpoint attack surface and eliminating unwanted lateral movement.
Protect your Windows, Mac, Unix, Linux systems, network devices, IoT, ICS systems, virtual machines, multicloud environment, and more from known and unknown threats.
While VPNs have their place, that scope is getting smaller and smaller. Zero Trust is more secure, reliable, and flexible, while also providing better performance than VPNs.
As organizations look to provide ways to secure and deploy remote access solutions to an ever-growing number of employees, many are turning to Zero-Trust models to replace aging VPN solutions. Zero Trust can be less complex to deploy and maintain than VPN. And by design, Zero Trust solutions are more secure, reliable, and better performing.
In one of our latest blog posts, discover how Zero Trust stacks up against traditional VPNs.