Organizations have been putting perimeters around computers since before networks existed. Mainframes were protected by authorizing who could get in the room. Fast-forward to today and you find networks are fluid, filled to the brim with virtual, cloud, and temporary computing resources. Zero trust mitigates risk by treating all traffic as untrusted and putting controls in place between every fine grain on the network.
In this world, network controls reach escape velocity and pull away from security teams trying to manage them all.
Many enterprises pursuing zero trust are slamming on the brakes. They realize that if managing 50 or 100 rulebases is difficult, what happens when you have a ‘firewall’ around every machine, application, workload, and database? What’s needed is a central place to manage the growing number of enforcement points, users, and packets that connect millions of times every second.
That’s where FireMon comes in. With FireMon, zero trust becomes achievable with the powerful fusion of vulnerability management, continuous compliance, and orchestration.
Every new zero trust segment generates new vulnerabilities, but attack simulation shows you which weak spots you should prioritize.
Attack path simulation lets you stand in the shoes of the bad actor, visualize the segmented attack surface, and take action. Compromised? Shut down east-west traffic and isolate network segments with automated policy change.
With more segments comes more compliance requirements. Instantly failsafe every stitch of the zero trust network.
FireMon gives you all the standard controls (NIST, PCI DSS, HIPAA, NERC, and others) along with 350+ custom controls to tailor your compliance. Real-time compliance checks are the only way to ensure your zero trust network is always audit-ready.
Manual processes shatter in a zero trust network. Orchestrate all your security controls across the zero trust network from one, central command center.
FireMon automates and orchestrates your security controls from intent and design to implementation and decommissioning. Automated risk reviews and rule recommendations puts the process on rails, a requirement when zero trust becomes the new normal.