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NewWave has demonstrated a comprehensive understanding of the principles, concepts, and component relationships necessary for a holistic, Zero Trust architecture. The goal of Zero Trust is to prevent unauthorized access to data and services coupled with making access control enforcement as granular as possible. That is, authorized and approved subjects can access the data to the exclusion of all other subjects (i.e., attackers). To take this one step further, the word “resource” can be substituted for “data” so that Zero Trust is about resource access.
To lessen uncertainties (as they cannot be eliminated), the focus is on authentication, authorization, and shrinking implicit trust zones while maintaining availability and minimizing temporal delays in authentication mechanisms. Access rules are made as granular as possible to enforce the least privileges needed to perform the action in the request.
NewWave Zero Trust architecture services are embedded at an enterprise level and designed to:
• Prevent data breaches
• Limit an attacker’s lateral movement
• Secure communication regardless of network location
• Grant access to individual enterprise resources is granted on a per-session basis
• Integrate threat intelligence and diverse data sets are integrated to provide intelligent authorization decisions
• Determine resource access through dynamic policy and enforcement
• Monitor and measure the integrity and security posture of all enterprise assets
• Dynamically and strictly enforce all resource authentication and authorization before granting access
• Leverage behavior-based security
No matter where you are in your Zero Trust journey, NewWave is positioned to assist you with expertise in the following core zero trust components and model variations:
- Policy engines
- Policy administration
- Policy enforcement
- Trust algorithms
- Big data analysis
- Enhanced identity governance
- Network infrastructure and software-defined perimeters
- Agent/Gateway-based deployment
- Enclave-based deployment
- Resource portal-based deployment