Zentera System has announced a major update to its Zentera Air Zero Trust Services platform, which now offers a variety of choices for SMEs to manage common cybersecurity concerns using next-generation Zero Trust Security technology.
Many of the same cybersecurity challenges affect SMEs and large corporations: ransomware affects business continuity, external compromise generates compliance and data security issues, and theft by malicious insiders jeopardizes a company’s long-term competitiveness.
Both have a spread workforce and a reliance on third-party contractors, and both are moving to cloud computing. SMEs, unlike large corporations, often have limited IT and Infosec resources and do not have the financial resources to invest in substantial infrastructure updates to stay up with the shifting threat landscape.
Zentera Air’s newer technologies are based on the CoIP Access platform’s proven security, which has been used at scale by major businesses, and has been tuned to enable Zero Trust Security controls easy to deploy in minutes.
After signing up for Zentera Air services from one of Zentera’s worldwide ports of presence, administrators may easily onboard essential application servers and begin limiting user and application access to enforce Zero Trust principles.
Zentera’s CEO, Jaushin Lee said, “Zero Trust is one of the hottest topics in cybersecurity, but real adoption has been limited to the largest enterprises due to infrastructure and operational concerns. Zentera Air brings the game-changing benefits of Zero Trust Security to SMEs with a non-disruptive, overlay-based solution that is easy to adopt. Our simple flows and ML-assisted configuration makes it possible for SMEs to embrace Zero Trust Security, even if they are short of cybersecurity expertise.”