What is Software Defined Perimeter?
Imagine your network and apps are an exclusive private club where everyone wants to go. Software Defined Perimeter acts as your bouncer, allowing only approved users to access network resources. It authenticates identities and devices, letting you “hide” enterprise apps and resources from attackers.
How does Software Defined Perimeter work?
First, users open the Software Defined Perimeter app on their device. The controller then validates a user’s device, certificate and location, and confirms access to enterprise apps. Application gateways build tunnels into your network to connect users to resources. And finally, approved users can access the apps they need.
Features and benefits
managed network, hosting and security devices
managed networks in more than 150 countries
professional services experts ready to meet your needs
packets reaching protected workloads in public clouds during multiple hackathons
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*Gartner, Magic Quadrant for Network Services, Global, Danellie Young, Katja Ruud, Bjarne Munch, Takeshi Ikeda, Neil Rickard, February 2018. Magic Quadrant for Network Services, Global (2015 - 2018) Magic Quadrant for Global Network Service Providers (2004 - 2014)
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