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Zero Trust (ZT)

At Prodigy 13, Zero Trust is fundamental to the architecture, delivery, and enforcement of all of our products and services!

Overview

Today, governments around the world are increasingly incorporating Zero Trust (ZT) into their security guidance. For a business to reap the benefits of ZT, it must not only shift its culture but also communicate its importance clearly, viewing it both as a set of security principles and as an organizational vision.

According to a prediction by Gartner, over 60% of all organizations will adopt ZT by 2025. While ZT will become a foundational aspect of security, more than half of these organizations will fail to fully realize its benefits!

The Zero Trust Security model is a set of security principles that focus on users, assets, and resources instead of network-based perimeters.

ZT addresses the new norm: the enterprise with remote users, bring your own devices (BYOD), and on-demand cloud resources residing outside the perimeter network.

A Zero Trust Network Architecture (ZTNA) uses zero trust principles to plan the organization’s infrastructure and workflows.

The old Perimeter Security model

Prodigy 13 - Perimeter Security Model

The new Zero Trust Model

Prodigy 13 - Zero Trust Model

Our Approach

We protect your organization against modern attacks by designing and implementing a holistic ZT security architecture, backed by decades of experience in information security architecture and management.

We have practiced zero trust principles for many years, long before the pandemic and remote work became the norm. 

Our expertise

OUR Process

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Analyze

Initial assessment of your infrastructure, assets, and users

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ROADMAP

Building a Roadmap based on Risk, and available resources

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architect

Architecture of various components needed for 100% ZT adoption

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Implement

Implementation assistance – assisted or fully managed

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MAINTAIN

Monitor, maintain, improve and repeat!

ZT Roadmap

Our team will coordinate closely with your organization’s management, IT, and operations teams to scope out the most optimal ZT architecture and security controls.

Prodigy 13 - Zero Trust Roadmap

The above list is sourced from the NIST CSAC publication SP 800-207 on Zero Trust Architecture.

OUR ZT PARTNERS:

ZT Certification

At Prodigy 13, we offer risk assessments based on the Zero Trust principle framework. Upon completion of the assessment, we will provide a formal report outlining compliance and gaps, as well as an attestation letter that you can present to your clients.

Confidential

Confidential report based on your Zero Trust security posture, which you can distribute to potential clients via NDA.

Prodigy 13 Zero Trust Badge
Attestation Letter

A basic report containing no confidential information that you can publish on your website or distribute freely.

Free Assessment

FAQ

Using Zero Trust Network Access providers like Cloudflare, Netskope, and Zscaler is the best way to replace your outdated VPN solution.

Absolutely! Zero Trust Network Access can be used to protect your remote and on-site workforce.

We offer free initial consultations for all of our services. Schedule a free consultation with us by completing our online quote form.

No, you don’t need any hardware devices in order to use ZTNA and replace your VPN, and firewall devices.

Yes! We offer emergency services. Please, connect with your account representative for more information.

CSPM detects security risks within cloud workload configurations. With CSPM, businesses can identify unintentional configurations that could make it easier for attackers to access sensitive information or breach their environments.

We offer security services across all cloud providers, hybrid environments, and on-site/collocation data centers. 

Resources

Compliance

SOC 2: The Ultimate Guide

Overview SOC 2 was created by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), a professional organization for certified public accountants in the United States.

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Compliance

SOC 1 vs SOC 2 vs SOC 3

SOC (Service Organization Control) audit reports are used to assess the security and control of a service provider’s system and the services they provide to

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