UK-based managed service provider (MSP), IntraLAN has partnered with Zero Networks to bring zero trust network management to the UK market. Commonly in network architecture, devices such as laptops, desktops and servers are automatically trusted. In the zero trust model devices are not trusted, even if they are connected to a managed corporate network or have been previously verified.
“We welcome Zero Networks to our rapidly expanding cybersecurity partner community,” said Andy Horn, CEO, IntraLAN.
“Zero Networks is changing the face of cybersecurity with its intuitive service and we look forward to introducing enterprises to the benefits of zero trust network access,” he added.
Zero Networks Access Orchestrator restricts access of every network device to only what the user needs and in doing so eliminates unauthorised lateral movement and internal attack vectors. There are no agents to deploy or manage, nor policies to update.
“Any organisation that needs to protect themselves from commodity malware, ransomware and attackers spreading in their networks can benefit from our service,” said Benny Lakunishok, co-founder and CEO, Zero Networks.
“IntraLAN’s extensive experience in connectivity, cybersecurity and managed services make them the ideal partner to help us enter the UK market,” he added.
Under the terms of the agreement IntraLAN will also act as distributor for Zero Networks’ service.