Create a Zero-Trust Security Architecture by Deploying a Software-Defined Perimeter

Cyber adversaries are taking advantage of lateral movement and network mapping to infiltrate and exploit assets on enterprise networks.

What can you do?

Security and network professionals are turning to a zero-trust security model called a Software-Defined Perimeter (SDP) to stop insider threats, compromised access and server exploitation.

Hear Leo Taddeo, Cyxtera CISO and the former Special Agent in Charge of the Special Operations/Cyber Division of the FBI’s New York Office and Ed Amoroso, CEO of TAG Cyber, explain how SDPs isolate, protect and secure networks from cyber-attacks.

  • Make your application/server infrastructure “invisible”
  • Dynamically create one-to-one network connections between users and resources they access
  • Grant network access using a zero-trust model and “need-to-know” basis
  • Logically group (micro-segment) your virtual assets
  • Operate with consistent policies across hybrid infrastructure

Learn how you can use a modern SDP zero-trust approach to protect internal and cloud-based IT infrastructure from cyber threats.