With the world fully digitized and connected, we have all seen that the Internet is the main source of malware and hacking attacks, with email messages and attachments close behind. Hackers are finding software and network vulnerabilities in remote access to servers, services and applications, and making their way to your data. In addition, business relies on sharing data with external business partners, customers, suppliers and amongst the employees themselves.
So, how can you ensure your data is secure and doesn’t fall into the wrong hands? You’ve invested in security solutions, and data protection tools, but you still need to streamline all your systems, modernize your security environment and keep it operating efficiently.
Software-Defined Access Goes far Beyond SDP Solutions
The new solution reduces cyber-attacks by hiding mission-critical data from unauthorized parties, on premise or in the cloud. Put simply, it isolates your data so that even if hackers gain access to your systems, they can’t gain access to everything within them.
SDP solutions originally emerged in the last few years to address shortcomings of fixed perimeter technologies. Our Software-Defined Access goes far beyond traditional SDP solutions by protecting critical infrastructure at a highly advanced level. Our solution delivers the following:
- Access to applications, services and networks only after trust has been established based on policies for authorized user, device, location and application
- A seamless user experience with secured data and controlled usage
- Protection and control of data access and usage by separating the access layer from the authentication layer, and segmenting internal networks
- Reducing costs by simplifying processes, creating operational efficiency and future proofing technology
According to the Gartner report “It's Time to Isolate Your Services from the Internet Cesspool”, published on September 30, 2016 by analysts Steve Riley, Neil MacDonald and Greg Young, the analysts recommend that “Security and risk management leaders should: Favor software-defined perimeters (SDP) and other isolation technologies capable of precise, context-based, application-level access only after successful authentication; Look for products or services that can expand identity from one to two factors and then beyond with contextual and adaptive access controls.”
Safe-T’s Software-Defined Access gives organizations that control and ensures that the data stays out of the wrong hands. To find out more about Safe-T’s Software-Defined Access, please visit our new website.