Whether it’s a company issued or unmanaged device, once a malicious actor has access to this endpoint, the damage they can cause to an organisation will reverberate throughout the entire business.

After gaining internal access, all critical data, users and the entire IT infrastructure are highly vulnerable to sophisticated cyber-attacks.

Adding to this challenge is the increase adoption of remote work globally, meant traditional security controls have become outdated and IT departments need a modern security approach to manage user-access applications and resources to mitigate risk and increase visibility into their users and entire environment.

The Zero Trust Security Framework is a globally recognised model that secures and builds significant resiliency within ICT environments. The Zero Trust Principle is a modern approach to managing security, organisations can prevent cyber-attacks such as ransomware, supply-chain attacks and external and internal threats gaining access to sensitive information.


How do you achieve Zero Trust Security?

Organisations who rely on Microsoft 365 or are transitioning their business to Microsoft can achieve and align themselves with the Zero Trust Security framework through a mature phased program. By implementing the Zero Trust Architecture, businesses are able to limit unauthorised access and limit the risks of cyber-attacks on their operations.

Loop’s Microsoft Zero Trust Service enables organisation’s to leverage on existing investment on the Microsoft 365 to effectively and securely configure the Microsoft platform without any added technological investment.

Speak to our security consultants on how we can increase visibility to your endpoints, users and manage permissions effectively to eliminate threats to your organisation.

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