The HP approach to zero trust is built on the concept that it should be implemented as close to the sources of attacks as possible. Just as ripples in a pond are much smaller closer to their source, constraining a threat very close to its point of origin is much easier than doing it elsewhere. The more quickly we can constrain attackers’ freedom of movement, the less damage they can do. Because most attacks start on end-user PCs, it’s important to extend the zero-trust concept into the endpoints. Our approach to this challenge is simple: We apply zero trust on every potentially risky activity on your employees’ computers. We focus on the highest-risk actions: Opening attachments in email (Office documents, PDFs) Web browsing and clicking web links in chat clients Opening files on USB devices In this whitepaper, learn how HP Sure Click Enterprise, the flagship offering in HP’s Wolf Enterprise Security portfolio and the key element of our zero-trust strategy, applies zero-trust principles to endpoint security to stop even undetectable threats.
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