As envisioned by NIST (SP 800-207), Zero Trust security models eliminate persistent trust and enforce continuous authentication, least privilege, and adaptive access control. This strategy also applies segmentation and microsegmentation for secure access. A zero trust approach is about constant visibility into who is doing what on your network. This ensures maximum control over network security and network access.
A zero trust security strategy reduces the threat surface and minimizes threat windows. Use zero trust to protect against everything from ransomware and malware to advanced persistent threats and insider threats.
BeyondTrust solutions work relentlessly to identify and secure every privileged user (human, non-human, employee, vendor), asset, and session across your digital estate.
Inventories all privileged assets to eliminate blind spots, spotlight shadow IT, and control access points for separation of control and data planes.
Applies least privilege controls for every identity, account, and secret—human, application, machine, employee, vendor, etc.
Enforces adaptive and just-in-time access controls based on context in real-time.
Implements segmentation and microsegmentation to isolate assets, resources, and users to prevent lateral movement.
Enforces credential security best practices for all privileged password types—whether for humans, machines, employees, or vendors.
Secures remote access with granular least privilege and adaptive capabilities well beyond that of VPNs, RDP, SSH, HTTPS, and other commonly used technologies.
Proxies access to control planes (cloud, virtual, DevOps) and critical applications by enforcing network segmentation.
Monitors, manages, and audits every privileged session that touches the enterprise for appropriate user behavior.
BeyondTrust Privileged Password Management discovers, onboards, and manages all privileged credentials (human, application, and machine), consistently enforcing password security best practices.
BeyondTrust Endpoint Privilege Management combines least privilege management and application control to minimize the endpoint attack surface and eliminate unwanted lateral movement. Protect Windows, Mac, Unix, Linux systems, network devices, IoT, ICS systems, and virtual machines from known and unknown threats.
A central component of zero trust involves segmenting access and isolating various assets, resources, and users to restrict lateral movement potential.
BeyondTrust Secure Remote Access:
BeyondTrust Secure Remote Access also extends PAM best practices to vendor and internal remote privileged access. The solution provides the granular, least privilege controls that are impractical with VPNs and many other commonly used remote access technologies.
BeyondTrust Privileged Access Management (PAM) solutions provided session monitoring and management over every privileged session: human, machine, employee, or vendor.
BeyondTrust Cloud Security Management centralizes visualization of entitlements and permissions across Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, and other platforms.
"The majority of the systems within the buildings being accessed are not traditional IT systems. They are building control systems, like smart elevators, surveillance systems and HVAC units where it is not possible to install antivirus software. We recognize that privileged access management is one of the most of important tenets of a modern cybersecurity program and a must-have for a zero trust architecture and robust BYOD security framework.”
Curtis Jack, Manager of Technical Engineering, Oxford Properties Group