Thirtyseven4 EDR Security: What is “Zero Trust”?

Trust is defined as a firm belief in the reliability, truth, ability, or strength of someone or something.  Whether we’re scrolling through posts on social media, watching local or cable news, or listening to advice from self-proclaimed “experts” in a specific field such as sports, medicine, or science–sadly, trust in the accuracy and authenticity of just about anything in our world seems to be at an all-time low. Burnt too many times as misinformation has increased, we, as a society, have become (wisely) more skeptical of what we read and see.  Trust must be earned.

Scams, malicious schemes, and deception have always been part of the cybersecurity landscape.  Here at Thirtyseven4 EDR Security, we routinely preach about the vital importance of practicing safe computing and the critical role that self-awareness plays in keeping the bad guys from endangering you.  In fact, when it comes to protection and absolute network security, a trending term has recently emerged: “zero trust”.

Zero trust is a cybersecurity model that assumes that even the most sophisticated and secure networks are always at continual risk for inside and outside attacks. The governing idea of zero trust is to “never trust, always verify.”. This always verify principle incorporates highly restrictive authentication (not trusting anyone by default), validation of every access request (regardless of the user’s location and whether they are inside the network perimeter), and mandatory encrypted authorization before granting access.

In other words, by acknowledging today’s radically changed and complex work setting (remote employment, cloud environment, etc.), a zero-trust framework creates an organizational network as secure as “Fort Knox”.  And that’s the objective: to configure a network infrastructure that is strongly built, guarded by multi-factor authorization, and that stands protected with many defensive locks and proactive and redundant safeguards, making it extremely difficult for cybercriminals to enter and obtain the valuable things kept there (critical data, devices, people) are safe.

We all work too hard to allow an uninvited villain in through the front door of our network, and if we are wise, we must keep the back door locked too.  Zero trust…until trust is established.  Our hard work, property (physical and intellectual), and information are ours, until we have built or understood a trust in sharing it.

Trust in the accuracy and authenticity of just about anything in our world seems to be at an all-time low, but with Thirtyseven4 EDR Security, you can exhale and relax.  The proof is in our protection, and you can trust us to protect you.

Trust us to protect you.

About Thirtyseven4 EDR Security:

Thirtyseven4 EDR Security exceeds cyber security insurance requirements and includes:

• Advanced EDR Capabilities
• A.I. based Ransomware Protection
• Next-Generation Malware Engine
• Automated Curative Response
• Advanced Next-Generation Anti-virus protection
• Automated/Monitored/Dynamic Endpoint Detection & Response (EDR) functionality
• A.I. based Ransomware Protection
• Next-Generation Malware Engine
• Automated Curative Response
• Removal of Current Antivirus Product
• Integrated Patch Management
• Anti-Keylogger modules
• Asset Management
• Firewall
• PC-Tuning
• Content Filtering
• Malware Detection & Removal
• Vulnerability Scanning
• Email Security
• Advanced Device Control

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