Zscaler + Identity
Zero trust starts with authenticating identity to enable secure application access
Providing security in a cloud-first world
Organizations are adopting cloud-first strategies and zero trust security to support today’s work-from-anywhere environments. But as the network extends beyond traditional on-premises data centers and into the cloud, how do you protect employees wherever they work, regardless of the device or application they’re using? Current identity challenges include:
Poor user experiences
An incomplete or fractured picture of your security infrastructure hinders remediation and response
Incomplete visibility of asset posture and configuration prevents safe zero trust access to apps and secure deployments
Siloed data and resources separate visibility and context, slowing investigation and response while increasing your attack surface
The need for zero trust
The first step to implement zero trust is to confirm the user is who they say they are. Once validated, access rights are verified based on context and the principles of least-privileged access to ensure users only have access to the applications for which they've been authorized.
Zscaler integrates with leaders in identity and access management (IAM) as well as identity governance and administration (IGA).
Identity and Access Management (IAM)
Identity Governance and Administration (IGA)
No one explains the value of integrated solutions more clearly than joint customers
Okta and Zscaler deliver seamless authentication and security as part of Careem's zero trust solution.
Zscaler helps Nexteer improve Office 365 user experience, and secures its cloud transformation with Okta.