Data Center Security
Microsegmentation divides the network into smaller, isolated segments, designed to enhance security by limiting the potential impact of a security breach. By segmenting the network, administrators restrict access to sensitive data and systems, reducing the risk of unauthorized access or data theft. Microsegmentation improves network performance and simplify network management by allowing administrators to focus on specific segments rather than the entire network.
East-West Traffic Security
The East-West Traffic Security include access control, surveillance, and fire protection systems. The center is designed to prevent unauthorized access and ensure the safety of the data and equipment housed within. The security protocols are regularly reviewed and updated to maintain the highest level of protection.
Zero Trust Access
Zero trust access is a security model that assumes that all users, devices, and applications are untrusted until proven otherwise. This means that access to resources is granted on a need-to-know basis, with strict controls in place to limit access to sensitive data. Zero trust access requires constant monitoring and verification of user identities and device configurations, and helps organizations reduce the risk of data breaches and cyber-attacks.