Zero Trust

Zero Trust is a security concept and model that requires all users, devices, and applications to be authenticated and authorized before they are allowed to access a network or resources within it. In Zero Trust model, trust is never automatically granted based on a user's physical location or network access, but instead must be continuously verified through various security measures such as multifactor authentication, access control, and encryption. This approach assumes that all network traffic and activity is a potential threat, regardless of its source or destination, and continuously monitors and evaluates the security posture of all devices, users, and applications that attempt to access the network. The Zero Trust model is designed to provide enhanced security in today's world of edge computing and mobile devices where traditional perimeter-based security solutions are no longer sufficient to protect against cyber attacks. Stream Analyze solutions support Zero Trust.