In a recent podcast, Gartner described the starting point for Zero Trust: Identity and Access.
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Marketing Coordinator Meghan Stephan is a classically-trained singer whose performance venues have ranged from intimate church weddings to professional football games. In today’s interview, she shares her early forays into music, her experience auditioning for The Voice, and an unexpected link between singing and her marketing career.
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Pomerium is an "identity-aware proxy" which aims to disrupt the VPN industry. Pomerium works on just about any device, providing remote access management solutions for individuals to enterprise level companies. Pomerium works as a SASE solution which allows users to manage authentication and authorization of any internal or third party application. Essentially, Pomerium adds SSO capabilities to just about any application. However, if you're looking for a more robust way to manage access to
Proofpoint is a SaaS based cybersecurity and compliance company which purchased Meta Networks in 2019. Proofpoint ZTNA (Meta Networks) is a Zero Trust Network Access provider that specializes in granting secure remote access from a user-level. They focus heavily on providing users with the ability to securely access company resources from any location, while ditching the need for a VPN. However, if you're looking for a simple and secure way, without expensive starting costs and required
BeyondTrust FKA Bomgar is an access management and endpoint security solution which provides end user access and monitoring for a variety of platforms and devices including: Linux, Windows, Mac, Unix, and other mobile and cloud platforms. BeyondTrust has a host of solutions in privileged identity & access management, privileged remote access and vulnerability management. However, if you're looking for a simple and secure way to manage access to databases, Kubernetes clusters, or other internal
Perimeter 81 is a cloud-based Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) platform that provides centralized access to local networks, applications, and cloud resources. The company takes a security-first approach and aims to disrupt the VPN industry by offering a simple and scalable network access alternative for organizations of all sizes. However, if you're looking for a more reliable and enterprise-ready solution to manage access to infrastructure, Perimeter 81 might not be the best solution for your
Access management matters. These days, large-scale data breaches make news headlines more often than celebrity breakups, and 61% of those breaches involve credential data. That’s clearly a problem, and the search for a solution is likely to leave you in a sea of acronyms. PIM, PAM, IAM… what’s the difference? And what matters for your organization?