Zero Trust Architecture


The term “Zero Trust Architecture” means a security model, a set of system design principles, and a coordinated cybersecurity and system management strategy based on an acknowledgment that threats exist both inside and outside traditional network boundaries.

The Zero Trust security model eliminates implicit trust in any one element, node, or service and instead requires continuous verification of the operational picture via real-time information from multiple sources to determine access and other system responses.

In essence, a Zero Trust Architecture allows users full access but only to the bare minimum they need to perform their jobs.

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Privileged Access Management (PAM) for SMBs

In this episode, we explore PAM (Privileged Access Management) for SMBs (Small to Medium Businesses). Our guests discuss what PAM is, its capabilities and limitations, and whether every SMB should have a PAM solution. Learn about the benefits of PAM, how it fits into overall cybersecurity solutions, and the challenges faced in implementation, user adoption, and resistance to change. We share actionable steps that businesses can take right now to implement PAM.

Key ThreatLocker features


Allowlisting only permits approved files to execute and blocks everything else. Being policy-driven, Allowlisting gives IT Professionals complete control over their environments to quickly and easily manage what software is allowed to run, effectively blocking malicious software.


Ringfencing™ allows for granular control over what applications are allowed to do. Ringfencing™ enables you to limit interaction between applications, their access to files, the registry, and the internet. It helps to protect you against the weaponization of trusted applications whilst mitigating the risks posed by application vulnerabilities.

Elevation Control

Run selected applications as a local administrator without making users local administrators. Just-in-time elevation on a temporary or per-application basis allows organizations to remove local admin permissions without stopping productivity.

Storage Control

Storage Control gives you control over all storage device access including USB devices, network shares, and even individual files to help protect data. The solution limits access to data by application, controls data exfiltration, and minimizes the damage caused by cyberattacks.

Network Access Control

Lockdown endpoints and block both inbound and outbound network traffic. Network Access Control allows you to protect your endpoints and servers from untrusted devices on your LAN or the internet. With dynamic ACLs, you can automatically open ports based on a trusted device location.


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