Adopt a Zero Trust Security Model Go from zero to Zero Trust to prevent data breaches Watch the demo Protect against the leading cause of data breaches More than 70% of hacking-related breaches are caused by stolen credentials.* Mitigate credential-focused attacks for your organisation with a Zero Trust network. Learn more about the customer Centralise access controls and policies The shift away from the network perimeter means IT admins need one centralised point to manage access for all apps, both cloud and on-prem. Learn more about the customer Extend Zero Trust to servers and APIs Disparate access control issues aren’t only at the application layer. IT and security teams also need to manage access across the tech stack, including to servers and APIs. Learn more about the customer Benefits Securely embrace the rise of cloud and mobile. Move away from traditional perimeter-focused approaches to security and instead focus resources on enabling access for all users – regardless of their location, device, or network. Benefits Securely embrace the rise of cloud and mobile. Move away from traditional perimeter-focused approaches to security and instead focus resources on enabling access for all users – regardless of their location, device, or network. Zero Trust for apps, servers, and APIs Extend access controls to not only apps, but also Windows and Linux servers as well as to APIs to ensure only the right people have access to the right resources, at the right time. Secure access for your global workforce - employees, partners, and contractors Create a Zero Trust architecture to unify access across cloud and on-prem apps for all users. Ensure the right users have access to only the resources they need, and at the right time. Additional security layers, when and where they're needed Protect against credential-focused attacks with adaptive, context-based multi-factor authentication. Enable a secure passwordless experience for your end users. Automate onboarding and offboarding Mitigate the risk of orphan accounts or latent access with automated offboarding, using your directory (AD, LDAP, etc.) or HR system as your system of record.