Ericom’s Zero Trust Software-Defined Access is a platform that helps organizations to isolate their interactions with web & cloud services securely. It also securely & centrally manages next-gen access to their business-critical systems.
Companies need to control who gets what access, to which data accurately. The philosophy behind a Zero Trust model assumes that attackers can come from within and outside of the network, so no user or device should automatically be trusted.
Traditional security technology such as firewalls, intrusion prevention, and VPNs are based on the assumption that there is already a secure perimeter established. Zero Trust claims the opposite. Organizations are not to automatically trust anything inside or outside its perimeters by default.
The goal of Zero Trust is to reduce organizational risk by preventing unauthorized users such as cybercriminals or insider threats from accessing pertinent data, applications, or services.
David Canellos, Ericom Software’s President and CEO, joins me on my daily tech podcast to talk about their Zero Trust Security approach. We discuss how we need to encourage greater education around remote browser isolation.
We also discuss the cyberthreat landscape and some of the most prevalent threats.
For over 25 years, Ericom has delivered remote access, secure connectivity, isolation, mobility, and virtualization technologies to thousands of customers worldwide, allowing seamless user interactions with mission-critical systems while maintaining productivity and optimizing the user experience.