Zero Trust security embodies the “trust nothing, verify everything” principle. Implement controls to ensure users work only on trusted devices and networks, require multi-factor authentication (MFA) where necessary, and more. With a single platform to manage identities, access, and devices, JumpCloud makes it easy to implement Zero Trust security beyond the perimeter.
Employ policy-driven access control to prohibit access to resources when users aren’t on a trusted network and/or trusted device — or to require additional authentication factors at login. Apply policies to all users in your organization or specific user groups for seamless control at scale.
Manage an authoritative identity for each user to access virtually all their resources, and automate user onboarding, offboarding, and permissions with group-based access control — all from a single platform. Enforce MFA across high-value access points, including devices and VPNs, and implement adaptive controls to enforce or relax MFA based on each user’s individual conditions.
Extend core identities to Mac, Windows, and Linux devices and establish device trust via device-installed agents and certificates tied to specific users to ensure that only managed and configured devices can access resources.
Enable network trust across organizations — granular IP allow/deny lists ensure that only users on trusted networks can gain access to critical applications containing sensitive data. For example, employ a list to restrict users from accessing sensitive data from their home IP addresses and instead mandate use of a VPN.
David Meyer, Vice President of IT, Irrimax Corporation
Zero Trust security is the modern approach to IT security — and it’s diametrically opposed to the conventional perimeter-based security model that organizations have used over the last few decades. Learn what it is and how to put it in place in your org.
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