Safe-T revolutionizes the Zero Trust Network design. By deploying Safe-T as a central technology in the core network segment, organizations gain the ability to not only keep sensitive segments separate and small, but also to ensure that only outbound communication takes place, essentially making the network invisible and inaccessible except for resources to which users have access on a per-user basis.
The continued, high frequency of successful cyber-attacks against today’s enterprises has made it abundantly clear that traditional, perimeter-centric security strategies are no longer effective. There is inadequate visibility, control and protection of user and application traffic transiting high-risk network boundaries, and an outdated assumption that everything on the inside of an organization’s network should be trusted.
Forrester has introduced to the world a new paradigm for network designs, called the Zero Trust Network. And as time goes by, it has been widely adopted by leading enterprise organizations and security and networking vendors alike.
By establishing Zero Trust boundaries that effectively compartmentalize different segments of the network, you can protect critical intellectual property from unauthorized applications or users, reduce the exposure of vulnerable systems, and prevent the lateral movement of malware throughout your network.
Deploying Safe-T Software Defined Access removes the need to open any ports within the Zero Trust Network front-end perimeter (external) firewall between two network segments and between a Segmentation Gateway (if installed) and the micro-segments within the network, while allowing secured access through the internal firewall.
Safe-T’s Software Defined Access solution creates Zero-Trust Segmentation alongside already existing firewalls building a Zero-Trust architecture from the ground up.
This is done without changing existing infrastructure or applications and thus removing the need to use a front-end perimeter firewall. Safe-T allows passing traffic between the two segments on an outbound firewall rule.
Logically segment networks
Protect networks from attacks
Enhance Zero Trust Network security
Improve data security by closing incoming firewall ports