Build your Zero Trust frameworks with identity security as a foundation. Attivo solutions improve Zero Trust security postures with visibility to entitlements across an organization, identity-based attack detection, and cloaking technology that hides and denies access to critical information
Zero trust is a security principle and design approach for reducing business security risk. Organizations realize many security benefits by building individual capabilities that operate in complementary layers within the Zero Trust model.
Security teams typically implement Zero Trust architectures focusing on users and device limitations. This focus addresses user and device authentication and authorization but lacks the visibility to entitlement overprovisioning, access to resources, and credential and domain controller exposures. This approach also does not cover identity-based attack detection.
Attivo Networks addresses these identity security gaps by offering visibility and detection solutions that extend beyond user and device trust. This additional layer of protection includes visibility to exposed credentials, password practices, policy management, compliance, excess privileges, and uniformity across directory services. Additionally, Attivo Identity Detection and Response (IDR) solutions detect unauthorized Active Directory queries, attacks on Active Directory, and attacker attempts to steal and misuse credentials. Attivo cloaking capabilities play a powerful role in hiding and denying attackers access to credentials, Active Directory objects, and the data (files, folders, shares, etc.) that an attacker seeks.
What is Zero Trust?
Zero Trust is a security framework requiring users to be authenticated, authorized, and validated for security configuration and posture before gaining or keeping access to applications and data.
Attivo Alignment to Zero Trust
Organizations are suffering an identity crisis because they lack visibility to entitlements and identity-based attack detection. Attivo solutions help implement Zero Trust principles with visibility to exposures, least privilege and risk and detection of credential theft, privilege escalation, and lateral movement.
LEAST PRIVILEGES & ATTACK SURFACE REDUCTION
IDENTITY THEFT PREVENTION
Attivo Networks Plays a Critical Role in Zero Trust
- Exposure Visibility
- Attack Surface Reduction
- Least Privileges
- Identity Theft Prevention
- Lateral Movement
- Credential Theft
- Privilege Escalation
- Lateral Movement
- Credential Access
- Monitor Credential Policies
- Active Directory Protection
- Lateral Movement Detection
- Unauthorized Network Activity Detection
“Zero trust should be thought of as a strategy or framework. It requires companies to rethink their philosophy and approach to trusted network users and devices.”
— John Kindervag, former Forrester industry analyst and creator of the Zero Trust concept
Why Organizations Choose Attivo Identity Security Solutions for Zero Trust Frameworks
- Check password practices, policy management, and compliance
- Find stale and unused accounts
- Identify and reduce excess privileges in the cloud
- Maintain hygiene: discover credentials stored on endpoints
- Continuous visibility to Active Directory exposures
- Identify, visualize, and reduce the identity attack surface
- Gain insights to remove stale, excess, and unused accounts and privileges
- Prevent attackers from performing Active Directory discovery
- Works across directory services
- Covers endpoints, Active Directory, and cloud environments
Attivo Networks Zero Trust Products
AD exposure management and attack detection
Visualize and track cloud identities and entitlements
Unauthorized AD query detection from the endpoint
Identity exposure management and detection
Network-based threat deception for post-compromise threat detection
Enterprise-wide Identity Visualization
Track Entitlements from Endpoints to AD and the Cloud.
See what resources users can access across the enterprise.