Zero-Trust 2.0 Platform
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Concept
Understanding of Zero-Trust
Zero-Trust is a security concept based on the belief that organizations should not automatically trust anything inside or outside their perimeters. This approach is also known as perimeterless security.

Zero-Trust dictates:
1. Actors must have network access only to areas and objects which they need.

2. Actors must be authenticated and authorized.

3. Actors must be granted only permissions which they needed.
Understanding of Zero-Trust 2.0
    Zero-Trust 2.0 uses the same perimeterless idea of classic Zero-Trust but makes emphasis on the legitimation of action, not actor.

    Zero-Trust 2.0 additionally dictates:

    1. Execute sensitive actions only inside secure environments.
    2. Verify proofs of sensitive actions before processing.
    3. Store sensitive data encrypted.
    4. Decrypt sensitive data only inside secure environments.
    5. Keep secure environments as small as possible.
    6. Prevent propagation of errors between connected subsystems using independent verifications of actions in all connected subsystems.
    7. Constantly search for deviations and errors in processed sensitive actions.

    How Verdat works
    Verdat provides advanced features for building Zero-Trust 2.0 architecture:
    • public keys management;
    • cross-service authentication and authorization;
    • data consistency control;
    • personal data protection;
    • 2FA verification;
    • multi-approval of employees;

    Verdat intention is to remove from organizations the burden of developing expensive security instruments
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    Verdat Zen
    1. Verify both actors and actions.
    2. Nothing is trusted until verified.
    3. Prevention is better than detection post-hoc.
    4. Detection post-hoc is better than no detection.
    5. Too many verification checks are better than lack of checks.
    6. Any related data sources must be reconciled as often as possible.
    7. What could happen, will happen.
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