Our Zero Trust Security Model
In response to the ever-changing threat landscape, many organisations are adopting the Zero Trust model as their strategy for security. The Zero Trust security model augments and enhances your technology posture. It effectively adapts to the complexity of contemporary environments and enables organisations to transform security where it is needed.
With companies no longer storing their data in one location (let alone onsite), the traditional castle-and-moat approach to security systems, where obtaining access from outside the network is difficult, yet on the inside everyone is trusted by default, is no longer viable.
With information often spread across different cloud providers, it is important to assume that there are attackers both within and outside of the network waiting to strike, and that users or machines should never automatically be trusted.
Whether you are looking for application, endpoint or network security storage and backup solutions, Opus is here to support you.
We offer advice, training, management and ongoing support, to help you identify and mitigate risks and vulnerabilities and guide you through your zero-trust journey.
The Zero Trust model is not about the implementation of individual technologies but rather using technology to enforce the idea that no one has access until they have proven they should be trusted.
Access Management Solutions
Our Zero Trust model features a five-stage approach:
Stage 1 – Define what needs to be protected.
Stage 2 – Understand how data and systems work
Stage 3 – Design a Zero Trust security blueprint
Stage 4 – Create a Zero Trust policy
Stage 5 – Maintain Zero Trust
Zero Trust Security Solutions
Identity and Access Management (IAM)
Businesses leaders and IT departments are under increased regulatory and organisational pressure to protect access to corporate resources. As a result, they can no longer rely on manual and error-prone processes to assign and track user privileges. IAM automates these tasks and enables granular access control and auditing of all corporate assets on premises and in the cloud.
Identity and access management (IAM) is a framework of business processes, policies and technologies that facilitates the management of electronic or digital identities. With an IAM framework in place, information technology (IT) managers can control user access to critical information within their organisations.
Our IAM solutions offer role-based access control, which lets system administrators regulate access to systems or networks based on the roles of individual users within the enterprise, defined according to job, authority and responsibility within the enterprise. They capture and record user login information, manage the enterprise database of user identities, and orchestrate the assignment and removal of access privileges.
Our solutions for IAM include single sign-on systems, two-factor authentication, multi-factor authentication and privileged access management. These technologies also provide the ability to securely store identity and profile data as well as data governance functions to ensure that only data that is necessary and relevant is shared.
Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) Solutions
Our Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) solutions provide mobile users with secure connectivity and consistent security wherever they are in the world, offering companies a single, centralised view of their entire network. This allows companies to quickly identify users, devices and endpoints, apply their networking access and security policies, and securely connect users to their applications and data in a cloud or mobile environment.
Application Security Solutions
Our application security solutions prevent data or code within an app from being stolen or hijacked and include managing hardware, software, and procedures that identify or minimise security vulnerabilities. Procedures entail things like an application security routine that includes protocols such as regular testing.
Mobile Device Management (MDM)
Our Opus Secure MDM solutions control how your organisation’s devices are used, including mobile phones, tablets, and laptops. You can also configure specific policies to control applications. For example, you can prevent emails from being sent to people outside your organisation. They also allow people in your organisation to use their personal devices for school or work, helping make sure your organisation data stays protected, and can isolate organisation data from personal data.