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Zero Trust Implementation

Reduce your attack surface and blast radius.

Inherent trust is a systematic network weakness.

And attackers ruthlessly exploit this. Security approaches of the recent past can only do so much to protect enterprise ecosystems, their data and the users who access it. You need to shift to a model where nothing and no one are trusted — one that maintains strict access controls and verifies everything first.

Implementing a business-wide zero trust architecture divides and rules your network through microsegments to isolate and block attackers. There’s data encryption in place, whether it’s at rest or in transit between workstations, mobile devices, app servers and SaaS applications. From setting business objectives to continuous trend analysis and everything in between, we help you solve your immediate and future security challenges.

Core Components
of Zero Trust

Trust No Device, Service or Session

Treat all connections to the network as a threat, constantly verifying and challenging their access tokens.

Trust No Endpoint

Secure all endpoints completely, transferring only what’s needed, while simultaneously anticipating a breach.

Trust No Network & No Runtime

Layer security, regardless of whether users are accessing from, and harden runtimes making them immutable when possible.

Think Like a Hacker

Understand what your most valued assets are that attackers would want to exploit and if they’re completely protected.


Rethinking Network Security: Embrace Inevitability of Breaches to Strengthen Defenses.

Learn how EPAM can help your organization maximize your cybersecurity, strengthen your defenses and build trust.


A Guide to Zero Trust Cybersecurity for Modern Enterprises


Connected and Protected: Identity Management for Enterprises in an Era of Zero Trust


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