Modern security relies on identity-centric Zero Trust
Today's security leaders must secure decentralized networks from cyber threats while giving users on-demand access to the resources they need. Striking this balance depends on efficiently verifying user identities and granting access to only the resources they're authorized to use.
Never trust, always verify
Every organization needs an identity-centric Zero Trust strategy
Firewalls and VPNs were designed to protect traditional IT environments with systems located largely on-premises. Today, people and applications are located everywhere, making digital identity the control plane that must be managed and secured.
This complex landscape requires an identity-centric strategy aimed at strengthening an organization’s security posture. That means securing all digital identities at every access point, across all systems. Importantly, this approach enables organizations to reap the benefits of identity-based security without sacrificing user access and efficiency.
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The foundation of a Zero Trust strategy
Replace manual processes with automation to efficiently manage identity roles and entitlements over the complete user lifecycle
Verify all identities without disrupting user workflows with instant authentication for remote access, connected devices, cloud apps, and other critical workflows
Deliver a frictionless user experience with secure, No Click Access® to on-premises and cloud applications from any device, anywhere
Privileged access management
Secure privileged accounts from malicious or accidental access from internal and external threats
Vendor privileged access management
Verify third-party identities and provide them with access to only what they need, when they need it