Building a Zero Trust Model comes down to one basic principle, Trust no one and verify everything. The method of verification commonly used is PKI asymmetrical encryption keys, known simply as a public-private key pair. The creation and enforcement of policy and procedures when deploying private keys maintain any Zero Trust Deployment integrity. Aerobyte’s Cyber Defense Framework gives IT professionals the tools for maintaining the entire Trust lifecycle through provisioning, protecting, renewing, and revoking Trust.
Zero Trust Security solves many issues organizations are faced today as cybercriminals have become more sophisticated in their attempts to circumvent existing security architectures. Zero Trust can create digital identities for users, finally eliminating the need to rely on username, passwords, and tokens. The most significant deployment of a Zero Trust architecture is turning any device, known or unknown, into a Trusted device. Zero Trust security solves numerous security issues that organizations face from BYOD and supporting a remote workforce, especially when workers can only work from home, as we have experienced during COVID. Aerobyte simplifies maintaining your Zero Trust Architecture to ensure only verified users and devices are authorized to connect to approved resources while eliminating the ability to connect to applications, files, or services they have no permission to access.