RevBits, a firm providing complete 360-degree cyber defense, announced release of RevBits Zero Trust Network (ZTN). RevBits ZTN is an application providing authenticated access for remote users and devices to applications, services and data, with complete network security.

The remote employees and access to third parties increase the risk for companies. RevBits ZTN isolates and protects internal assets, without using complicated network segmentation, by moving network protection to endpoints. RevBits ZTN offers in-transit data security via encryption, secure access to apps and services and network security through user and device authentication to support a default no-trust security stance.

“As enterprise threat levels rise, rethinking cybersecurity and perimeter control is paramount. It is no longer a matter of ensuring data encryption for remote users through a VPN as a complement for network security; organizations must adopt a default no-trust posture,” said David Schiffer, CEO at RevBits.

Based on technological innovation in the market for access management, RevBits ZTN extends access management and control to user level with unified visibility and analytics to the individual user level through RevBits Privileged Access Management (PAM).

RevBits ZTN offers data security by authenticating all users and devices with encryption and granular access control. “Based on our unique architecture and patent-pending technologies, RevBits ZTN provides best in class protection. By combining the principles from our PAM solution, RevBits ZTN delivers data encryption, comprehensive obfuscation, granular user and machine access control, and monitoring to protect digital infrastructure,” said Mucteba Celik, CTO at RevBits.