Zero trust security is a framework that assumes that threats can come from anywhere, whether inside or outside an organisation’s network. TechSend can help your organisation implement a zero trust security model to better protect against potential threats.

A zero-trust model is based on the principle of least privilege, which means that users and devices are only granted access to the resources they need to perform their specific job functions. This helps to minimize the risk of unauthorized access or data breaches.

To implement a zero-trust model, TechSend can help you implement a range of security controls such as multi-factor authentication, network segmentation, and access controls. We can also help you develop and implement policies and procedures to ensure that your organisation’s data and systems are adequately protected.