Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) have been the standard method to provide remote access to private applications and assets since users began moving away from a central office with a direct connection to the data center. However, the network perimeter has evolved and use of the cloud has become increasingly prevalent for business applications. Therefore, certain attributes of VPNs have become huge drawbacks now.
For the last 20 years, remote access to enterprise applications came through virtual private networks (VPN). But in this mobile first, cloud-based era, the old school VPN solutions no longer work and leave enterprises open to unnecessary risk. Companies like Google and Lyft agree. (Click here to learn more).
That’s why we built TrustedPassage… to help you compete!
Our technology is based on the SDP (Software Defined Perimeter) spec, which is a security architecture, originated at the Defense Information System Agency, and is now being driven by the Cloud Security Alliance, designed to provide on-demand, dynamically provisioned, perimeter capabilities that enables companies to have complete control over who gets access to what resources and applications over their entire extended enterprise network.
I encourage you to watch the short video below. It outlines an entirely new approach to application security. TrustedPassage is a Security as a Service solution that enables secure, anytime, anywhere, and any device connectivity to your to all of your business critical apps, regardless of how those apps are deployed.
Watch to learn about:
The limitations and drawbacks of old school access solutions.
Key issues accelerating the adoption of new secure remote solutions.
How the TrustedPassage solution and the Software Defined Perimeter (SDP) approach offers mobile, cloud-based companies a better way to provide secure access to your apps
Did you know traditional VPN solutions are obsolete and remote access solutions have evolved beyond them?
The move to the cloud, the popularity of mobility and the sharing economy has created a new normal – the Outside-In Enterprise. Instead of most users being on the inside, most users come in from the outside. Despite this change, the majority of access is still handled by the same technologies used fifteen years ago that allow users overly broad access to network resources.
In today’s fast-paced business world of mobile workplace environments, global ecosystems and cloud-centric organizations, a new approach is required to help organizations provide secure access to their corporate applications. Fortunately, remote access solutions have evolved and new technologies now exist to close the gap of traditional perimeter based access model solutions.
A new study conducted by Ponemon showed that organizations still give employees more access than they need. According to the study, IT practitioners report that 71% of organizations do not enforce a least-privilege model of access control and have experienced the loss or theft of company data over the past two years, a number rising since 2014.