Security and risk leaders have been given a digital transformation mandate to drive their organizations into the future. Zero trust supports digital transformation with an identity-centric approach that ensures security and enables an optimal user experience. In a zero trust architecture, you need to know which identities exist and what their relationships are across the environment. This requires a solid identity platform to support the zero trust ecosystem and drive cyber resiliency.
CyberRes’s NetIQ zero trust security enables organizations to quickly determine if identities should have access to the resources and data requested, based on risk profiles and the behavior of the identity type.
As an organization's environment continues to expand, the transformation impacts its cyber resiliency and increases the need for a zero trust model. This higher level of digital security morphs identity verification from a one-time event to a model where nothing consuming protected information is trusted by default. Ensuring that the right level of access is given to an identity will protect applications and data beyond the native tools or siloed implementations. CyberRes solutions help you build context-aware security. Adaptive access controls with intelligence enable you to provide a frictionless user experience, identify and encrypt data (at rest and in motion), and learn from identity activities on your path to zero trust security.
As organizations elevate their security to a zero trust level, they need to consider how to position their ecosystem to adopt changing technologies and compliance requirements and improve their cyber resilience. Integrating intelligence into the security ecosystem enables IT security teams to improve the overall security posture—one that learns from user behaviors to build a more comprehensive baseline to better determine deviations from desired states or identify threats beyond the capabilities of traditional security capabilities. CyberRes solutions provide the identity information and business context needed to make accurate and effective decisions in a zero trust model.