Identity, Zero trust

BeyondID Unveils Identity Fabric Model for Zero Trust

BeyondID has brought to market the Identity Fabric Model for Zero Trust, which organizations can use to improve their threat detection, investigation and remediation capabilities.

With the model, BeyondID customers can implement a digital identity strategy across their devices, networks, applications, workloads and data, the company said. They also can utilize the model to comply with security regulations and find ways to get the most value out of their IT and security investments.

BeyondID Offers Zero Trust Security Best Practices

The main goal of zero trust security is to help organizations prevent data breaches, BeyondID indicated. Meanwhile, BeyondID provides best practices that organizations can use to achieve this goal, including:

  • Utilize authentication- and authorization-as-a-service based on many dynamic factors
  • Use a centralized access control model to see and understand user activity
  • Enforce security measures that encourage users to improve their security posture
  • Enforce least privilege access
  • Understand and document behavioral patterns

In addition, BeyondID is offering free zero trust assessment overviews. BeyondID is also launching next-generation zero trust services at the Oktane23 conference, taking place October 3-5 in San Francisco, California.

BeyondID Helps Organizations Protect Against Data Breaches

Along with its Identity Fabric Model for Zero Trust, BeyondID in August 2023 started offering its SOC security monitoring and threat detection service to help organizations manage their systems' security in real time.

BeyondID's SOC service monitors customer environments, watches for known threats and tracks intelligence channels, the company said. It also utilizes a logging agent that sends live data to be collected, detected, triaged and investigated to ensure that all customer endpoints are protected against potential threats.

Organizations can use BeyondID's solutions to "bring their digital identity strategies to life," the company stated. These solutions are available to organizations in healthcare, retail and many other sectors.

Dan Kobialka

Dan Kobialka is senior contributing editor, MSSP Alert and ChannelE2E. He covers IT security, IT service provider business strategies and partner programs. Dan holds a M.A. in Print and Multimedia Journalism from Emerson College and a B.A. in English from Bridgewater State University. In his free time, Dan enjoys jogging, traveling, playing sports, touring breweries and watching football.