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Zero trust is a security model based on the principle of maintaining strict access controls and not trusting anyone by default, even those already inside the network
By default, enabling zero trust is considered problematic and requires much work to deploy and maintain.
The Cyber 2.0 Chaos engine enables zero Trust principle deployment with ease and a minimal amount of work.
Once activated, the chaos engine creates a barrier between network computers; only allowed applications can travel between network resources, effectively creating a Network control
Any attempts by an unauthorised, unknown or malicious application to bypass or disable the chaos mechanism will cause it to become unbalanced and lock that application in its origin
Because Cyber 2.0 uses Network Control and application control, creating a Zero Trust network becomes a viable and easy solution
A patented process 'Reverse Tracking' allows the system to check every process, library or file that loads. Every access is recorded creating a "Chain Kind" of applications. Any unapproved applications in the Chain will result in the communication being blocked.
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