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The 10 Hottest Zero-Trust Vendors To Watch In 2021

From scrutinizing users and forsaking VPN to embracing micro-segmentation and authentication throughout the network, here’s a look at 10 zero-trust vendors fighting for the dominant position in this booming market.

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Ivanti

The zero-trust security approach undertaken by MobileIron, which was acquired by Ivanti, goes beyond identity management by using a more comprehensive set of attributes to determine compliance. The company’s approach validates the device, establishes user context, checks app authorization, verifies the network, and detects and remediates threats before granting secure access to a device or user.

The company ensures that devices, apps, users, and networks meet compliance requirements before allowing access to business apps and data. MobileIron Access supports a zero-trust security framework by ensuring only authorized resources can access and share corporate data from any device, OS, or location to any service.

Meanwhile, MobileIron Threat Defense (MTD) provides zero trust security using built-in threat detection and remediation across devices, apps, and networks without the need for Internet connectivity. It ensures complete user adoption of mobile threat protection and provides in-depth threat visibility through a dashboard as well as forensics data.

 
 
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