Worldr CEO, Max Buchan explains the growing need for zero trust security on Sky News

Trust Nothing, Verify Everything.

Ensure all access points are continuously vetted to protect your sensitive data.

Zero trust security for your business

Zero trust security fundamentals

Explicit Verification

One time validation won’t suffice - not with the evolving threat landscape and user attributes changing all the time. Zero Trust policies depend on real-time visibility into users and application identity attributes with all access requests being continuously vetted before allowing access.

Least Privilege Access

Using the principle of least privilege (POLP) limits users' access strictly to what they require to do their job. Limiting data access to the needs of an individual then limits the possibility of malware moving between systems and reduces the chances of internal data exfiltration.

Minimize Blast, Assume Breach

Minimize the blast radius by verifying encryption, use analytics to gain visibility and improve defenses. Incorporate data and gain insights from the entire stack including workload, identity and endpoint for a precise response.

The zero trust deployment cycle at a glance

Empowering zero trust security for business communications

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