Moving to the Cloud can benefit organisations in many ways, top ones include: no upfront investment, stability and ease of use. However it comes with an important security implication, an expanding network perimeter. Traditionally gaining access to corporate data meant access via a VPN, VDI or potentially a locally hosted application.
The Cloud influences the location and provides dynamic access. Migrating to the Cloud changes when a service is available for access, by whom and from what device. With a wider virtual perimeter and all access taking place remotely, it becomes even more important that access controls are both strong and unified.
Access anytime and anywhere
We want you to able to access your data from whenever and wherever you choose, not potential hackers. Implementing a one-size fits all approach can have major repercussions for an enterprise.
Keep control of your data
Outsourcing services, means outsourcing where your data is held, which can lead to a loss of control. Most Cloud applications come with basic username-password based authentication but having data stored in the cloud poses an additional level of risk that requires an extra layer of data security.
Disjointed identity and access
Generally most enterprises will use more than one Cloud service, and often combined with local applications too. Maintaining a single Identity and authentication approach over such a complex environment is a challenging task.
Using our unified approach for access means that our adaptive, intelligent authentication is invoked, and if a user is not required to authenticate they won’t be challenged. The user experience becomes frictionless. Easy access for the user, and productivity gains for the company.