Zero Trust Architecture Implementation

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Cloud-native distributed systems and microservices create unique security challenges that require bleeding-edge solutions. Let us bring you peace of mind by collaborating with your team to implement zero trust security.

Security challenges unique to cloud-native environments require an evidence-based, data-driven approach, separate from traditional application architectures. Optimized for companies that already have strong application security automation, cloud security, and DevSecOps, a zero trust architecture ensures that there is “no implicit trust granted to assets or user accounts based solely on their physical or network location” (NIST Special Publication (SP) 800-207).

We work hand in hand with your development and engineering teams to thoroughly understand the current environment and discuss the application road map and external commitments with your leadership. By pulling together that context we can plan and collaboratively implement your zero trust architecture using standard DevOps practices to ensure your workloads have the high levels of security that your stakeholders expect.

Here’s how we can help secure your complex distributed systems:

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Envision a scenario where any employee that has a valid need to access a system can securely get that access and move on with their work at a push of a button.

And when they’re done, that access automatically expires, reducing your company attack surface and management overhead.

While we're at it, why not also automatically gather all of the evidence you know auditors will ask for in the future?

At Seiso, we build cloud-native, event-driven systems to solve problems like these, without using proprietary software.

We can both speed up your team's ability to execute, and ensure the right guardrails are in place to avoid a disaster. Pretty cool, huh?

Tell us a little about yourself and we'll get in touch.

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