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Network segmentation is the practice of dividing a computer network into smaller subnets, or segments, to increase security and reduce the risk of a network breach. Each segment can be isolated and secured with different security measures, making it harder for attackers to penetrate the network as a whole.
Zero trust is a cybersecurity model that assumes that all network traffic, devices, and users are untrusted until proven otherwise. In a zero-trust network, access to resources is strictly controlled and monitored, and all traffic is verified and validated before it is allowed to enter the network. The goal of a zero-trust model is to reduce the risk of a data breach by minimizing the attack surface and verifying the identity and security of all network entities.
Network segmentation and zero trust are two complementary security strategies that work together to increase the overall security of a computer network. Network segmentation helps isolate sensitive assets and limit the scope of a potential breach, while zero trust adds an additional layer of security by verifying the identity and security of all network entities.
The team at Cube Cyber have designed and delivered some of the largest and most complex segmentation and zero-trust environments in Australia. Our projects have included national healthcare providers and financial organisations.