Zero Trust Security Services For Small Business
Adopt best practices to secure your business.
TUCU is a Toronto IT Consulting Company offering IT security solutions for SMB's, including Zero Trust Networking.
TUCU will help you with a full assessment of your IT systems and implementation of Zero Trust security protocols. Get started with your free consultation & estimate.
Avoid The Tailspin
The Zero Trust Security framework is best practice for controlling access to company data and reducing risk of breach and data loss.
If your technology is compromised, your business goes in to a tailspin trying to recover and do damage control.
That's why it's important to assess your IT security, and implement good practices to protect your company.
Get A Zero Trust IT Setup
In the past, it was enough to defend your company network by blocking ports, setting up perimeter security with a firewall, and using a decent antivirus.
It isn't enough anymore.
Firstly, many of us are cloud based. On premise firewalls are only partially effective.
Secondly, cyber security threats have aggressively increased and have changed in nature. You need more granular control and visibility in to your systems.
Today's IT Security best practices begin by assuming breach, and being prepared for that scenario.
The Core Zero Trust Principles
These cyber security principles are the foundation for best practices today.
1. Verify explicitly. Always authenticate and authorize based on all available data points, including user identity, location, device health, service or workload, data classification, and anomalies.
2. Use least privileged access. Limit user access with just-in-time and just-enough-access (JIT/JEA), risk-based adaptive polices, and data protection to help secure both data and productivity.
3. Assume breach. Minimize blast radius for breaches and prevent lateral movement by segmenting access by network, user, devices, and app awareness.
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