Zero trust is a comprehensive approach to securing all access across your networks, applications, and environment. This approach helps secure access from users, end-user devices, APIs, IoT, microservices, containers, and more. It protects your workforce, workloads, and workplace.
There are many access and identity management (IAM) solutions with some overlapping in adjacent areas. Gartner created the Buyer’s Guide for Access Management to help security leaders select a long-lasting, cost-efficient access management solution.
Learn how Cisco solutions can help your organization along the journey to Zero Trust, enabling you to mitigate, detect, and respond to risks across your environment. Analyst from Forrester shared why Zero Trust has become a fundamental approach to security and why Cisco has been named a market leader.
Assume zero trust when someone or something requests access to work assets. You must first verify their trustworthiness before granting access.
The Cisco Zero Trust security framework helps you prevent unauthorized access, contain breaches, and reduce the risk of an attacker's lateral movement through your network.
With more users, devices, and connections than ever across your network, applications, and in the cloud, how can you ensure that the right access is granted to each?
Having more users, devices (including IoT), applications, and servers expands your network perimeter. How can you exert control and reduce your overall attack surface?
Your network has devices, users, wireless, and other connections. Meanwhile, your applications, servers, and databases are all talking to each other. How can you gain insight into potential security gaps?
Better secure access across your applications and environment, from any user, device, and location. Cisco Zero Trust helps protect your workforce, workloads, and workplace.
Cisco Zero Trust allows you to:
Provide more secure access, protect against gaps in visibility, and reduce your attack surface with Cisco Zero Trust.
Duo Security helps protect your users and their devices against stolen credentials, phishing, and other identity-based attacks. It verifies users' identities and establishes device trust before granting access to applications.
Verify users' identities with multi-factor authentication (MFA)
Gain device visibility and establish trust with endpoint health and management status.
Enforce access policies for every app with adaptive and role-based access controls.
Secure your hybrid, multicloud workloads and contain lateral movement with application segmentation from Cisco Tetration. Get complete visibility and determine the dependencies within databases and applications.
Gain visibility into what is running and what is critical by identifying workloads and enforcing policies.
Contain breaches and minimize lateral movement with application micro-segmentation.
Alert or block communication if policy is violated by continuously monitoring and responding to indicators of compromise.
Cisco Software-Defined Access (SD-Access) helps you gain insight into users and devices; and identify threats and maintain control over all connections across your network, including Internet of Things (IoT) devices like cameras, manufacturing equipment, heart pumps, and more.
Grant the right level of network access to users and devices with network authentication and authorization.
Classify and segment users, devices, and applications on your network with network segmentation.
Contain infected endpoints and revoke network access by continuously monitoring and responding to threats.
In addition to the primary products above, Cisco Zero Trust integrates with an ecosystem of other products to provide complete zero-trust security for any enterprise environment.
Our technical partnerships make it easy to integrate security with your existing platforms.
Protect any endpoint management platform and integrate with Microsoft, Symantec, VMware, MobileIron, Jamf, and more.
Integrate with any infrastructure platform, such as Google, Kubernetes, Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Services (AWS), VMware, and more.
Work with third parties, like identity providers and security information and event management (SIEM) systems such as Exabeam, Okta, Splunk, IBM, Google, Dell, Ping Identity, Oracle, and others.
“Security is constantly changing. As we move forward, Duo is going to be a critical enabler to allow us to have zero trust. Where you are, what you want access to, from what devices, and being able to make that very dynamic. And that's what I'm looking forward to enabling through Duo and the Cisco Zero Trust platform.”Steve Martino, CISO, Cisco
Learn more about securing your workforce, workloads, and workplace by watching this explainer video.