Implementing Zero Trust
Architecture With Commvault


Zero trust is a foundational component of a multilayered security framework. It ensures every administrator and user is authenticated and authorized based on least-privileged access and fine-grained access controls, preventing external and internal threats to your environment.

With the increased risk overall to businesses around the globe, the need to implement secure authentication, authorization, and accounting regardless of the traffic source has increased. In the second of our Ransomware Protection and Recovery Series, we focus on how Commvault’s zero trust approach is a simple yet comprehensive architecture that others can’t match.

Multifactor authentication for advanced login security
Integration with secured third-party LDAP-based directory services
Fine-grained authorization to control the access level
Accounting of user access and actions through reports and alerting
Integration with industry-leading Privileged Access Management platforms such as CyberArk

While zero trust architecture may seem complex, data protection and ransomware recovery don’t have to be. Learn how to improve your security with zero trust and how Commvault can help you simplify implementation in your IT environment.

Jason Gerrard is a regional SE Director at Commvault, where he leads a team focused on driving innovative programmes to accelerate all aspects of the business across EMEA.

Roger Lane
Roger Lane has spent 35 years in IT, specializing in Data Storage and Protection. He is a subject Matter Expert for Data Governance for EMEA within Commvault’s Data Governance suite.

Implementing Zero Trust Architecture

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