Building on your Essential Eight Program to get to Zero Trust

Building on your Essential Eight Program to get to Zero Trust

Like many organisations, government and public sector organisations face intensifying cyber threats alongside the challenges of widespread adoption of cloud and mobile technologies. A Zero Trust architecture, built on identity as a foundation, can help public sector organisations keep up with shifting workforce demands and meet increasingly stringent data privacy and security compliance requirements.

Securing Government and Public Sector organisations with Modern Identity

Centralise and secure access management

Centralise and secure access management

Unify access across your cloud and on-prem apps for all users, ensuring only the right people have access to the right tools and resources they need. 

Hyper automate the joiner, mover, leaver process

Hyper automate the joiner, mover, leaver process

Prevent dormant account hacks by automatically deactivating old user accounts and eliminate the risk of human error when provisioning users. 

Stop cyber attacks in their tracks

Stop cyber attacks in their tracks

Reduce the risk of data breaches through credential theft by removing the reliance on traditional usernames and passwords and securely verifying every login attempt. 

Simplify data privacy and compliance

Simplify data privacy and compliance

Deliver one set of strict data privacy and compliance standards across the entire network and automatically generate detailed auditing reports. 

Add additional security layers when needed

Add additional security layers when needed

Create contextual access policies that assess risk factors, such as device, network, location, travel, IP, and other contexts, at each step of the authentication process. 

Laying the foundation

78% of Commonwealth agencies have implemented at least one security solution that maps to the modern Zero Trust strategy. 

78%

Commonwealth agencies continue to forge ahead because the national ideas of Zero Trust are critical to securing today's perimeter-less landscape. 

Australia and the Essential Eight Maturity Model

An update to the nation’s Essential Eight Maturity Model raises the bar on security and establishes scenarios that demand a minimum level of Multi-Factor Authentication maturity. Find out where you sit on the maturity model and whether you meet Maturity Level 1, the minimum target state that agencies should strive for.

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