Zero Trust Architecture (ZTA) is an enterprise cybersecurity strategy services that is based on zero trust principles and designed to prevent data breaches and limit internal lateral movement. Hardsecure services (based on NIST 800-207) grant the creation of a ZTA, based on logical components, possible deployment scenarios, and threats. It also presents a general road map for organizations wishing to migrate to a zero-trust design approach to network infrastructure and discusses relevant organizational policies that may impact or influence a zero-trust architecture strategy.
The ZTA is designed and deployed with adherence to the following zero trust features:
The Service is available in different scenarios: