Unisys Recognized for Zero-Trust Cybersecurity Software

Forrester Research has recognized Unisys as a strong performer for the latter’s zero-trust Stealth cybersecurity software suite in a recently published industry report.

The report, titled “The Forrester Wave: Zero Trust eXtended Ecosystem Platform Providers, Q4 2019,” recognized Unisys for the performance its the Stealth cybersecurity product, the company said Monday.

Stealth works to protect critical systems from ransomware and other cyber threats via identity-based microsegmentation. The platform uses a zero-trust approach that focuses security on the end user’s identity.

“Unisys’s offering is well aligned to the main tenets of Zero Trust, as it delves into the process of discovering, identifying, mapping, and cloaking those assets that shouldn’t be visible or accessible to those who aren't at the need-to-know level,” the report noted.

Unisys uses a five-step zero-trust implementation methodology that builds on a range of the company’s cybersecurity products and expertise.

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