Consulting firms jump on the zero trust bandwagon | #cloudsecurity


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Within a day of each other, the consulting and outsourcing firms Deloitte and HCL Technologies have both launched new managed cyber security services, as consultants look to capitalise on the growing appetite for the zero trust security model.

Deloitte unveiled its Zero Trust Access managed service, which is heavily influenced by its recent acquisition of TransientX. Meanwhile, HCL announced a collaboration with Palo Alto Networks to offer managed SASE, cloud security, and threat detection and response for its customers.

Deloitte launches Zero Trust Access

Deloitte’s Zero Trust Access provides device-level security for enterprise data and enforces least privilege policies through dynamic access control to enterprise assets. It is cloud-native by design and aims to secure communications between users, devices, and enterprise applications.

Zero Trust Access can replace remote access solutions including virtual private network (VPN), virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI), and desktop-as-a-service (DaaS), potentially saving on infrastructure, operations and technology overhead. It is available as a standalone product, can be integrated with other Deloitte offerings, or as part of technologies from Deloitte’s alliances partner ecosystem.

HCL partners with Palo Alto Networks

In a similar development, HCL Technologies announced a new managed security offering in collaboration with Palo Alto Networks, focusing on zero trust principles.

The new services include:





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