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Why Workload Segmentation and TLS Compliance is essential

In today’s interconnected digital landscape, Identity-Based Workload Micro-Segmentation is paramount to safeguarding your organization’s sensitive data and protecting your customers’ trust. The foundation of Workload Micro-Segmentation is TLS, so ensuring it is configured correctly is vital.  TrustFour’s Workload Micro-Segmentation uses TLS to its fullest to ensure all connections are mutually authenticated and authorized.

Secure Workload Connections

Uncompromising Data Protection:

  • TLS encryption is the backbone of secure online communication, preventing unauthorized access to sensitive information such as passwords, credit card details, and personal data. By diligently managing TLS, you establish an impenetrable fortress around your data, shielding it from prying eyes and malicious attacks.

Mitigating Cyber Threats:

  • In the face of evolving cyber threats, managing TLS allows you to stay one step ahead of hackers and fraudsters. Regular updates and configuration adjustments ensure you are equipped with the latest security protocols, protecting against vulnerabilities and minimizing the risk of data breaches or unauthorized access to your systems.

Building Customer Trust:

  • Today’s consumers are increasingly aware of data privacy and security concerns. By actively managing TLS, you demonstrate your commitment to protecting their sensitive information, fostering trust and confidence in your brand. A secure online experience builds long-lasting customer relationships and positions your organization as a reliable custodian of their data.

Regulatory Compliance:

  • With ever-evolving data protection regulations, managing TLS becomes essential for maintaining compliance. Regulations and standards such as NIST SP 800-52, PCI, FFIEC, GDPR, CCPA, and DORA as examples mandate secure data transmission. By managing TLS effectively, you ensure adherence to these regulations, mitigating legal risks and potential financial penalties.

Proactive Vulnerability Management:

  • Managing TLS enables you to proactively identify and address vulnerabilities within your network. Regular monitoring and analysis of TLS traffic allow you to detect anomalous patterns, suspicious activities, or potential security weaknesses. By promptly addressing these issues, you reduce the risk of cyberattacks and strengthen your overall security posture.

Enhancing Performance and Reliability:

  • TLS management goes beyond security; it also plays a vital role in optimizing performance and reliability. By fine-tuning TLS configurations and protocols, you can improve ensure your data is protected and prevent unauthorized access to your services. This results in increased customer satisfaction and protection against data exfiltration and inappropriate access.  

Future-Proofing Your Organization:

  • As technology advances and security threats evolve, managing TLS future-proofs your organization against emerging risks. By staying up to date with the latest TLS standards, you ensure compatibility with modern browsers, devices, and emerging technologies. This adaptability enables you to embrace new opportunities without compromising security.

In an era where data breaches dominate headlines, managing TLS is no longer optional—it’s a strategic imperative. Take control of your digital security, protect your sensitive information, and safeguard the trust of your customers. Embrace TLS management today, and fortify your organization against the ever-evolving challenges of the digital world.

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SMB Externally Facing (North/South) TLS Compliance monitoring (Less than 10 sub-domains)     *Special Offer. $99/month after 12 months. 
Enterprise Externally Facing (North/South) TLS Compliance monitoring (Greater than 10 sub-domains)
Enterprise Internally Facing (East/West) TLS Compliance monitoring
Enables centralized control of TLS configuration, traffic analysis and notifications
Enables no-code, automatic one-time use credential, mutual authentication of connections
Monitor internal (east/west) TLS connections and TLS protected APIs compliance against NIST 800-52R2
Dashboard showing how you stack against industry peer group and F1000 (coming soon)
Monitor external North South) TLS connections against NIST 800-52R2
Weekly delta reporting on all subdomains delivered by email
Monitor at the enterprise boundary that TLS is configured optimally to provide data integrity and privacy
Detailed reports by subdomain comparing each TLS parameter to NIST 800-52 guidelines.
TLS versions, key lengths, cipher suites, and TLS options
Alert when certificates expire in the next two weeks.
Control Mode
Protect Mode
Auto credential management, vaulting, and one-time key usage
ML and authorizaiton rule based notable inappropriate access alerting
ML based TLS connectivity telemetry risk management
Multidimensional authorization with automated authorization rules generation
Quantitative connectivity risk measurement
Centralized TLS configuration, key lengths, cipher suites, and TLS options
Cryptographic agility for cypher suites and key lengths
Configuration Reporting
ML based TLS Libarary to CVE to Config monitoring