Complex Zero Trust Services

Personalized Solutions for Complex Zero Trust Challenges – For Any Use Case.


What is Zero Trust?

Zero Trust is a security concept and framework that advocates for a more stringent approach to information security by assuming that threats can originate both outside and inside an organization. Rather than relying on traditional perimeter defenses, like firewalls, to trust anything within the network, Zero Trust operates under the "never trust, always verify" principle.

This means that every access request, regardless of where it's coming from, must be authenticated, authorized, and continuously validated before access is granted. That can be achieved using the newest technologies on the market such as Istio, Twingate, Tailscale, and so on.

Business Outcomes Using Zero Trust

Accelerate and
simplify compliance
  • Improved compliance with regulatory standards

  • Encouragement of continuous monitoring and validation instead of periodic audits

Enhance security and prevent
threats with your customers
  • Enhanced security against internal and external threats

  • Reduced risk of insider attacks

  • Prevention of lateral movement of threats within the network

Get more control
over your environment
  • Greater visibility into network traffic and user behavior

  • More granular control over who accesses what data and when

Simplify security
  • Ability to adapt to the increasing use of remote work and BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) policies

  • Simplified security infrastructure by eliminating reliance on the traditional perimeter

  • Increased agility and ability to adapt to emerging threats.

How Does Zero Trust Work?

Never Trust, Always verify

Treat every access request as if it's coming from an untrusted network, regardless of its location.

Identity Verification

Ensure all users and devices are properly authenticated before granting access.

Continuous Authentication

Re-authenticate users and devices at regular intervals, not just at the initial access point.

Least Privilege Access

Grant users and devices only the minimum access necessary to perform their tasks.

Real-time Monitoring

Constantly monitor network traffic, user behavior, and device status to detect and respond to anomalies swiftly.

Unified Policy Management

Centralize the management of security policies to maintain consistency across different network segments and devices.

Security at the Application Level

Instead of relying solely on perimeter security, ensure individual applications have their own protective measures in place.

End-to-End Encryption

Encrypt data in transit and at rest to protect against eavesdropping and unauthorized access.

Regularly Update and Patch

Consistently update software, applications, and systems to protect against known vulnerabilities.

How We Do


Identify and Classify your internal services and sensitive data. In this step, you need to define who needs access to what. This will enable you to set up the least privilege policies.

2. Identify optimal tool for achieving Zero Trust

Based on the classification identify which tool will be ideal for your use case.

3. Architect a Zero Trust Network

With the tool in mind design the network with the principle of least privilege. This involves segmenting the network to limit access to sensitive data and systems.

4. Create a Zero Trust Policy

Develop comprehensive security policies that enforce strict access controls. These policies should be based on the principle of "never trust, always verify."

5. Implement Access Controls

Apply stringent access controls. This includes implementing multi-factor authentication (MFA), identity and access management (IAM) solutions, and least privilege access.

6. Monitor and Maintain

Continuously monitor network traffic and user behaviors to detect and respond to suspicious activities. Regularly update and maintain security measures to adapt to new threats.

7. Educate and Train Staff

Educate employees about the principles of Zero Trust and train them in security best practices. This helps in minimizing risks posed by human error or insider threats.

8. Review and Adjust

Regularly review and adjust Zero Trust policies and controls to ensure they remain effective against evolving threats.

1. assess and plan

Evaluate needs, choose a strategy, and anticipate costs.

1. assess and plan

Evaluate needs, choose a strategy, and anticipate costs.

1. assess and plan

Evaluate needs, choose a strategy, and anticipate costs.

1. assess and plan

Evaluate needs, choose a strategy, and anticipate costs.

1. assess and plan

Evaluate needs, choose a strategy, and anticipate costs.

1. assess and plan

Evaluate needs, choose a strategy, and anticipate costs.

Technologies We Use


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