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Zero Trust Architecture


Zero Trust is a security approach focused on the premise that organizations should not easily trust anything either inside or outside its parameters. Instead, they should verify everything before granting any access.

The challenges faced by IT organizations are increasing in number and are complex like never before. Security models used by influential organizations have proven to be outdated, and they no longer work in the current environment. Every organization needs new and updated measures to step up to the mark. In Trooper Identity, we take care of end-to-end security of all your identity access processes with updated security modes.

Traditional IT network security was based on the castle-and-moat concept. It was hard to gain access from outside, but everyone inside the network was trusted by default. The problem with this approach was that once an attacker gains access to the network from inside, he will have free reign over everything inside. Hence the traditional methods of security perimeter became problematic, and it slowly became nonexistent. In the vaccum created due to the absence of conventional security measures, cloud-based infrastructure started gaining currency. 

Getting started with Zero Trust

Emerging technologies have started unveiling new ways of approaching security aspects that enable organizations to access the correct times for the right reasons, challenging the old security paradigms. 1Trooper has embedded the Zero Trust approach in every aspect, providing mature and flexible Trooper IAM capabilities in the cloud and meeting increasingly rigorous compliance demands. To negate insider threats and breaches, Zero Trust employs the following applications to detect threats expeditiously. 

  1. Micro fragmentation: This is a method whereby certain zones are created in data centers and cloud environments, enabling the isolation of workloads from one another and securing them individually. In this system, the administrators can create policies that limit network traffic between workloads.
  2. Multi-layer authentication (MLA): Under this system, a security framework is created, which validates user access based on his or her location, business permissions, and IP address.
  3. Identity and access management (IAM): This emphasizes user access from onboarding up to de-provisioning. Hence cloud platforms use this security network to provide a problem-free network for user access.
  4. Log and packet analysis: Log analysis is a powerful tool that helps to generate web streamlining and mail server statistics graphically. They function through a command line or graphical user interface as per their features. These are capable of generating large log files. At the same time, a packet analyzer is a piece of hardware or software used to monitor network traffic.
  5. Data encoding: Built-in or third-party encryption tools encrypt data at rest and in transit before moving to cloud storage devices. Decryption keys are required from users if they want to unlock and access sensitive data.  


Our Zero Trust Architecture ensures that access to data across the network is highly secure. It is based on criteria like user identity and location. It monitors network patterns, inspects, and logs all traffic and adds authentication methods into security links, with the object of seeing every user and device connected to the network at any point in time.

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