Zero trust promises to eliminate excessive network access - it is based on the belief
that organizations should not trust any entity, regardless of whether it is inside or outside the perimeter, at any time. Everything should be verified before allowing it to connect to any asset. While most industry experts see this model as the way forward and most organizations want to adopt a zero trust stance, traditional approaches have made it impractical to accomplish at scale. Current implementations, via complicated router ACLs, firewall rules, network access control systems, other segmentation solutions, and the combination of various software defined perimeter solutions, force tradeoffs between airtight security, affordability and scalability. You can have one, maybe two, but not all three. Until now. With Zero Networks, a continuous zero trust networking stance is finally possible. That’s because the patent pending Zero Networks Access Orchestrator provides an easy, self sustaining network control for every user and machine in your network to get only the access they need, nothing more. This eliminates excessive trust and eliminates the ability for attackers to move freely throughout your network.