adam:ONE® is a SASE solution based on design from First Principles. It allows for flexible edge deployment that can travel with the device. Amongst a myriad of wins for security admins that want a practical Zero Trust posture, some of the core elements that make it unique are:
Re-shape the posture of the entire Internet to Zero Trust for any asset, one connection at a time.
adam:ONE® functions in a hybrid Muscle-Brain configuration. The Muscle is distributed to the network edge and executes decisions on “muscle memory”, while the Brain is a centralized cloud controller that trains the muscle on new instructions.
This allows the performance and resilience of decentralized operation, while maintaining the benefit of centralized control.
Custodial protection remains distributed to each node and thus eliminates the single-point-of-failure and performance bottlenecks associated with cloud-only solutions.
Stop trying to keep track of what is bad. We all lost that battle years ago. It is time to use threat intelligence proactively by keeping track of what is good.
If the security technology you’re implementing requires detection, it is reactive and you cannot establish a true-proactive security posture. Real Time Detection is not fast enough. You’ve already been breached.
ZTc denies all connections unless 1. Requested by an authenticated asset and 2. Verified as safe to that asset requesting that connection as based on a customized policy.
Don’t Talk to Strangers (DTTS)® is a patented technology that solves the fundamental design flaw of TCP/IP (that was not based on principles of security, but optimization). It does so without the need to alter any protocol, by creating an edge that denies all connections to an asset, unless verified by DNS lookup and approved by the policy applied.
How do you guarantee the best threat intelligence in the world? By aggregating the best with the second, third, fourth, and N-th best of your choice right at the connection edge. With DNSharmony® the power of unity is now under your control.