How to Make Cloud More Secure Than Your Own Data Center.
By Neil MacDonald and Tom Croll
Today mobile employees make up 40% of global workforce
Gartner predicts that by 2023 over 60% of enterprises will drop VPNs in favor of Zero Trust remote access
Nearly 75% of corporate IT ecosystems are hybrid-cloud or multi-cloud
Banyan delivers secure remote access for users and applications through a singular platform. Designed with BeyondCorp architectural principles in mind, Banyan delivers a secure, simple, and scalable access solution. With dynamic trust scoring, continuous authorization and granular access enforcement, the Banyan Zero Trust Remote Access Platform addresses on-premise, hybrid-cloud and multi-cloud deployments.
Quantification of user, device, and applications based on integrations with existing SSO, MDM, and EDR tools.
Centralized policy engine, short-lived token generation, machine learning based least privileged continuous access control.
Least privileged access enforcement through scalable, distributed identity-aware proxies that cloak apps and servers.
Don't rely on privileged networks. Instead, explicitly authorize every request based on user, device, and application context.
Restrict access to trusted endpoints; ensure your sensitive internal apps are never exposed to the public internet.
Cloud is the new normal. Adopt an architecture designed for modern cloud deployments that can scale with you.
Secure remote access at a fraction of the cost of traditional VPN-based approaches.
Direct connectivity from using traditional mTLS connections to apps without man-in-the-middle clouds or extra hops through VPN appliances.
Click, deploy, done. No complex network or application changes needed. Make setup and managing access painless.
Grant employees and 3rd parties seamless, direct, Zero Trust access to corporate applications. Eliminate broad network access security liabilities.
Securely connect to Linux and Windows servers over SSH and RDP through a short-lived client certificate architecture that eliminates the use of static credentials.
Provide your DevOps Team with user-friendly least privileged remote access to popular applications such as Jira, GitLab and Jenkins hosted on-premises or in the cloud.