We are pleased to announce the launch of the InstaSafe consultative Zero Trust Assessment tool, been designed to gauge the Zero Trust readiness of modern enterprise security setups, and make recommendations for implementing a Zero Trust model.
Zero Trust has become synonymous with better security and has been associated with faster detection, visibility, and remediation of intrusions than traditional security setups, However, behind the Zero Trust buzz, it’s common knowledge that most companies have been unable to grasp the reality of a Zero Trust Strategy, and have been unable to move towards a complete Zero Trust strategy.
Implementing a Zero Trust Security Setup has become the top priority for companies due to increasing mobility of applications and workforces outside the confines of offices or on-premise data centers. As such, the actual implementation process for a true Zero Trust Model can be a tedious task. Many security teams are caught off guard when it comes to assessing their security setup vis-à-vis a Zero Trust Model, and recognising their progress in the road to true Zero Trust.
Most security vendors lay forth the claim of implementing Zero Trust in an organisation without assessing their security readiness and recommending the right path to a Zero Trust approach. For some other companies, they may be well along the line of a Zero Trust Model, but may have a few chinks in their armour that have been left unattended.
Our free Zero Trust Assessment tool uses a combination of queries curated by our team of experts to gauge the security posture of an enterprise. The queries range across an entire spectrum of network, application permissions and types, environments, users, devices, and access policies. Using a multitude of datapoints based on authentication measures, permissions, visibility, encryption, etc, the respondent, once done with the queries, receives a personalised report that includes key points on the current security setup, their progress towards a Zero Trust Model, and what more can be done to quicken the progress.
By expanding their scope beyond security solutions, and opting to start with a unique consultative approach that makes companies understand where they are lacking in terms of vulnerabilities, and what can be done to avoid these vulnerabilities, we hope to fill up the gap when it comes to a good understanding of Zero Trust enabling technologies. Based on the recommendations, the respondents have an option of getting in touch with the InstaSafe team of experts to seek further guidance in implementing Zero Trust.