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Zero Trust Network Access

Step-up authentication to protect data with zero trust security.

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Trust, but Verified, Policy-driven Access Control

Zero-trust Access Control

Cigent's Zero Trust Access embodies the principle of "trust, but verify" approach.  Aligned to DISA and NSA requirements to implement MFA, when a device is unlocked data files remain protected accessible with step-up authentication protocols defined by policy. With this zero trust strategy only authenticated users with validated credentials can access files preventing malicious actions.

  • Files Remain Protected From Unauthorized Access
  • Always-on or Risk-based Policy Enforcement
  • Simple User Experience with Integrations with All Major Authentication Solutions 

You’re AlwaysPROTECTED™ with zero-trust access.


Advanced Defense Against Data Attacks

Stops Ransomware

Stop Endpoint Data Attacks

Cigent stops malicious data exfiltration, encryption (i.e. ransomware), and data tampering with zero-trust access control. This simple proactive defense mechanism prevents attackers from accessing data when the device is in use or has been compromised

AI Controls

AI-Enabled Experience Optimization

AI-enabled monitoring optimizes end user experience while ensuring enforcement of policy. By understanding user behavior, environment, and risk profile it minimize user disruption without compromising protection

Policy Controls

Granular Policy Controls to Align Risk with Personal

Tailor security measures to match specific risk profiles and roles of individual users or groups. Approach ensures that access rights and security protocols are precisely aligned with each personas' needs, optimizing protection without compromising experience

Unlike traditional methods, Cigent’s patented erase verification proved superior to simple crypto erase, aiming for NSA approval. This unique capability allowed the Navy to repurpose drives confidently, knowing that sensitive data had been securely erased.

- DIGISTOR for US Navy

We couldn’t be more excited about our exclusive partnership with Cigent to equip selected Phison products with the most secure storage solution on the market.

- Sebastien Jean, CTO, Phison

We’re thrilled to be working with Cigent and Carahsoft to provide our Public Sector clients with a top-tier storage solution that boasts Government-accredited security certifications. This partnership along with our new offering is another stepping stone in Seagate’s continued support of our Public Sector clients.

- Mike Moritzkat, Managing Director of Seagate Government Solutions


Find answers to common questions and concerns about our products, implementation, and support.

What is Zero-Trust Access?

Zero-Trust Access refers to a security model that requires strict identity verification for every person and device trying to access resources on a private network, regardless of whether they are within or outside of the network perimeter. This approach assumes that threats could be anywhere and that no user or device should be trusted by default.

How does Zero-Trust Access improve security?

Zero-Trust Access improves security by minimizing the risk of unauthorized access and data breaches. By verifying the identity of each user and continuously validating their security credentials before granting access to resources, it ensures that only authenticated and authorized users and devices have access to sensitive data. This continuous verification process helps to prevent both external attacks and threats posed by insiders.

What are the key components of a Zero-Trust Access model?

The key components of a Zero-Trust Access model include:
  1. Identity Verification: Ensuring all users and devices are authenticated and authorized before accessing network resources.
  2. Least Privilege Access: Granting users and devices the minimum level of access necessary to perform their tasks.
  3. Microsegmentation: Dividing security perimeters into small zones to maintain separate access for separate parts of the network.
  4. Multi-factor Authentication (MFA): Using multiple methods to verify user identity to enhance security.
  5. Continuous Monitoring: Regularly checking and logging the health and security status of devices and user activities.

Can Zero-Trust Access be integrated with existing security systems?

Yes, Zero-Trust Access can be integrated with existing security systems to enhance overall network security. It is designed to be flexible and compatible with various technologies including identity and access management systems, security information and event management solutions, and more. This integration helps organizations leverage their current investments while upgrading their security posture.

What industries benefit most from implementing Zero-Trust Access?

While all industries can benefit from implementing Zero-Trust Access, it is particularly beneficial for those handling sensitive data and requiring strict compliance standards, such as healthcare, finance, government, and technology sectors. In these industries, protecting personal information, financial data, and intellectual property is crucial, and Zero-Trust Access provides a robust framework to help secure these critical assets.