5 Steps to Go Zero Trust

  • Figure out the right IAM solution
  • Differentiate managed and unmanaged devices
  • Map your access scenarios
  • Get a Zero Trust access platform
  • Migrate network level access policies to Zero Trust

The Zero Trust approach is becoming more and more popular across security and operation teams as it can address many of the shortcomings of the traditional castle & moat approach. However, the interpretation of Zero Trust can vary between vendors, analysts and security practitioners.

This guide discusses the 5 steps to achieving a Zero Trust access model in your environment.

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Written by Michael Dubinsky
VP Product

Michael Dubinsky is an experienced entrepreneur and product executive leading Luminate’s product strategy and execution. Prior to joining Luminate, Michael was leading the product team for Aorato (acquired by Microsoft) and successfully launched the product as Microsoft Advanced Threat Analytics, achieving wide enterprise customer adoption. Previously Michael held multiple customer-facing roles at Microsoft and HP.

Luminate Secure Access CloudTM

Luminate enables security and IT teams to create Zero Trust Application Access architecture without traditional VPN appliances. Its Secure Access Cloud™ securely connects any user from any device, anywhere in the world to corporate applications, on-premises and in the cloud, while all other corporate resources are cloaked without granting access to the entire network. This prevents any lateral movements to other network resources while eliminating the risk of network-based attacks. Deployed in less than five minutes, Luminate’s Secure Access Cloud™ is agentless, and provides full visibility of users’ actions as they access corporate resources, as well as real-time governance of these resources.


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