How to adopt the Zero trust strategy? MIRAT CEO explains the what and why of Zero Trust

The basic principle of Zero Trust is that one should never trust anything and should always verify everything!

But, here is a quick question – How do you go about putting a Zero Trust plan into action? That is now what could be an uphill battle.

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Organizations should know that Zero Trust is now more than ever relevant

Many organizations’ cybersecurity policies are already including the idea of least privilege when it comes to data access, and this will continue to be the case as cybersecurity incidents, business practices, and workforce dynamics change.

Cybersecurity Asset Management: Your First Step Towards Zero Trust

Implementing Zero Trust strategies can help enterprises secure endpoints, apps, users, and data regardless of location as network infrastructure gets more complicated and data protection becomes a business priority.

A thorough awareness of the gadgets in your surroundings is an important first step in the Zero Trust journey, says MIRAT CEO Chaitanya Kumar.

The Zero Trust cybersecurity concept stresses the importance of being able to see everything. Zero-Trust strategy implementation frequently starts with understanding what you’re seeking to safeguard (assets, data, apps, and services).

Therefore, you cannot safeguard what is hidden from view or understanding.

Other stages of implementing a Zero Trust strategy are as follows:

  • Determine which devices are monitored and which are not.
  • Establish regular user access audits to ensure adequate access rights are in place. Implement security policy verification to guarantee nothing is missed.
  • There should be an integrated picture of all assets, users, and vulnerabilities in a protection asset management platform, according to Chaitanya.
  • By communicating to your existing security and IT management systems via adapters and then collecting and correlating asset information to create a holistic view of all devices in your environment, it gives you much-needed visibility in today’s complex IT environment.
  • It also aids you on your Zero Trust journey by identifying Key unmanaged equipment because then you can distinguish among devices that should and shouldn’t be managed and aiding you in understanding which assets are at risk.

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Tags: ITSM Suite, Zero Trust Strategy, IT management systems, Cloud software, Cybersecurity, Vulnerability Management,  , ITIL, zero trust, MIRAT

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Chaitanya Kumar CEO Email: sale[email protected] Website: Phone: +91-95508 27711

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