Finally, automated microsegmentation that scales

Microsegmentation is the practice of dividing a network into very small regions called microsegments, usually up to a segment per machine.

The goal of microsegmentation is to reduce the attack surface of a network by isolating every element—all clients, workloads, applications, virtual machines, and operating systems—into its own protective barrier that cannot be penetrated by attackers. Segmenting the network in this way makes it virtually impossible for attackers to move laterally within the network and cause damage.

However, because a network can consist of thousands, or even tens of thousands of elements, it can be extremely difficult to implement this type of segmentation manually and at scale, with traditional microsegmentation solutions. Until now…

Zero Networks virtually eliminates your network’s attack surface with automated microsegmentation. No manual segmentation or rule manipulation. No agents.

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