Zero Trust PII Audits: KL Framework

Kadel Labs follows a standard review process for PII data audit for regulated applications and platforms. The below picture summarizes the scope of audit that is conducted to ensure PII data is fully compliant with industry regulations. In addition to application audit, Kadel Labs startups also specialized in designing zero trust ecosystem for your data and applications.

The Zero Trust Framework is a security concept that challenges the traditional model of assuming trust based on the location of users or devices within a network. Instead, it operates on the principle of “never trust, always verify,” meaning that trust is not automatically granted to anyone, whether they are inside or outside the network perimeter. This approach is designed to enhance security by continuously authenticating and validating the identity and security posture of users, devices, and applications.

Implementing a Zero Trust Framework helps organizations address modern cybersecurity challenges, such as the increasing complexity of network environments, the rise of remote work, and the growing sophistication of cyber threats. It provides a more proactive and adaptive approach to security by assuming that threats may exist both outside and inside the traditional network perimeter.