Zero Trust Access

Zero Trust Access

Zero Trust Access relies on robust device identity and management capabilities to evaluate access requests accurately. However, attackers can exploit zero trust architectures and security protocols by spoofing legitimate, trusted devices. Spoofing devices operate passively on the physical layer, evading detection by traditional security solutions like Network Access Control (Moving Beyond NACs).

This lack of complete asset visibility hampers the effectiveness of zero trust architecture, which is designed to ensure maximum security by adopting a “zero trust access” approach. This approach aims to prevent unauthorized network access and lateral movement within the network, bypassing micro-segmentation. Additionally, the growing threat to IoT cybersecurity due to Physical Layer manipulation increases the attack surface for malicious actors.

Discover the importance of addressing hardware based attacks in Zero Trust Access Architecture and mitigating these risks.

Sepio Hardware Access Control

To strengthen Zero Trust Access and overcome the risks posed by hardware-based attacks, a comprehensive approach is needed. Sepio’s HAC-1 Hardware Access Control solution provides enterprises with complete device visibility by leveraging Physical Layer fingerprinting technology and Machine Learning. By accurately validating device identity based on their unique physical layer visibility characteristics, HAC-1 enables zero trust architecture to make informed decisions and maintain the effectiveness of micro-segmentation.

Explore how HAC-1 empowers organizations with comprehensive hardware visibility, policy enforcement mechanisms, and rogue device mitigation capabilities for robust Zero Trust Access implementation.

Zero Trust Access with Sepio’s Hardware Access Control

Achieving true Zero Trust Access requires a focus on the first line of defense: the hardware level. Sepio’s solution offers a comprehensive approach to zero trust access architecture by providing complete device visibility through Physical Layer fingerprinting technology and Machine Learning.

HAC-1 validates the true identity of devices based on their unique electrical characteristics, detecting vulnerable devices within the infrastructure. With this device visibility, HAC-1 enables comprehensive Hardware Access Control, empowering system administrators to define and enforce strict access policies based on device characteristics, following the Principle of Least Privilege. Furthermore, Sepio’s rogue device mitigation capability instantly blocks unauthorized or rogue hardware, ensuring the integrity of the Zero Trust Access framework.

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April 25th, 2021