Instead of trusting what lies inside the perimeter, access depends solely on the device, user credential, and context.
BeyondPerimeter does away with the privileged corporate network. Every connection is mutually authorized, authenticated, and encrypted.
No more clunky VPNs. Remote and onsite workers alike can simply use their web browser to access the resources they need.
Secure web and SSH access can be configured quicker than a VPN. Developers can focus on application logic instead of authorization and authentication.
BeyondPerimeter allows fine-grained rule and machine learning based access to different parts of an enterprise based on context, device state, and user credential. Data are incorporated from many sources to provide rich context to make real-time access and authorization decisions.
We realize that the reality of infrastructure is messy, which is why we built BeyondPerimeter to support a broad array of deployment options. Zero-trust is well suited for both mixed and transitioning architectures as all connections are mutually authenticated and encrypted. Whether you are on-prem, hybrid, or multi-cloud, we’ve got you covered.
A principle of zero-trust / BeyondCorp is that trust flows from device-state. However, a compromised device can’t be relied on to report its true state. To overcome this, we’ve developed a patent pending method of remote attestation using secure hardware enclaves.
We’re looking forward to releasing more information soon. In the meantime, if you’d like to participate in our beta reach out!Get in touch