What is Zero Trust?
Zero Trust is a security concept centered on the belief that organizations should not automatically trust anything inside or outside its perimeters and instead must verify anything and everything trying to connect to its systems before granting access. Zero trust security is founded upon several principles and practices, including least privilege access, multi-factor authentication, and microsegmentationWhat is microsegmentation? While network segmentation is the... More. Benefits of zero trust include the reduction of business risk, a lower potential for network breaches, and consistency in the overall security process.
A zero trust architecture for connected devices means that whenever a new device appears on the network—or an existing device’s configuration changes—the device has no access to the network or the hosted resources until you have verified that the device should be granted access.
Ordr allows organizations to automatically enforce Zero Trust segmentation policies for any device or groups of devices on a network. Our platform uses completely agentless and passive methods, ensuring that all devices can be discovered without interfering with normal network operations.