Zero Trust Network Access

Redefining Network Authentication & Secured Access for the Cloud Generation

Traditional IT network security assumes that everything inside the network is trusted and only applies security measures to protect its network from outside access. But once an attacker finds a “hole” to enter an internal network, they gain full access to said network and easily access secure data resources.  

With the sky-high costs of data breaches (averaging at over $3 million), organizations should adopt a network security model that best protects their sensitive data and access touchpoints. It’s time to adopt Primary Guard’s Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) model, the ideal end-to-end protective strategy for your organization’s online environment. 

What Are the Challenges of Using a Castle-and-moat Security Model?

There a numerous challenges associated with using the ‘castle-and-moat’ (traditional model) network security system, which include but are not limited to the following:

Common pitfalls of network-centric approaches:

Benefits of Primary Guard’s
Zero Trust Solution

Simplified Access to Internal Apps

Provide users authenticated, encrypted and secure access to private applications. Policies connect users to specific applications, not the whole internal network. Private applications are never exposed to the Internet.

Replacement for traditional VPN’s

Protect your internal applications without deploying costly VPN appliances and reduce total cost of ownership. Authentication processes are moved to the cloud and can be done quickly from anywhere in the world.

Integration with various Identity Providers

Say goodbye to the traditional username and password authentication. You can now integrate with your organization’s identity provider such as Azure Active Directory, Google Workspace, GitHub, LinkedIn, or any identity provider that utilizes SAML or OpenID standard. No additional user credentials to manage means less hassle.

Protect applications with identity, posture, and context-driven rules

Performs various checks to the access requests such as the identity of the user, presence of MFA during the authentication process, source country of the user, status/posture of the device such as whether an anti-virus has been enabled or full disk encryption is applied, etc. to help reduce the risk of data loss and system compromise from your internal network.

Includes Web Filtering & Browser Isolation

Helps protect user activity by isolating browser activity from corporate devices, block malicious websites with malware and phishing elements before an incident occurs, prevents employees accessing unapproved web applications and much more.

Full Visibility with Auditing

Log every access request and policy change across all your corporate applications for auditing. Audit logs can then be pushed to an enterprise SIEM tool for fine-grained control over your whole system.

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