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Many recent headlines have highlighted the fact that the traditional perimeter-based approach to network security has failed to adequately protect organizations, and that a new approach is needed. This white paper examines the traditional approach to network security, and why it can no longer effectively be used in today’s environment. It also offers a new approach to network access based on a ‘segment of one’ that can simplify and improve your security.
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AppGate Secure Access makes the application/server infrastructure effectively “invisible.” It then delivers access to authorized resources only, verifying a number of user variables each session—including device posture and identity—before granting access to an application. Once the user logs out, the secure tunnel disappears. Additionally, when a new device is on a public network, or a device that failed to log in tries to connect, additional security requirements (such as multi-factor authentication) can be enforced, or access can be denied.Download our infographic on AppGate’s context aware, dynamic approach to secure access to learn more.
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Regulatory compliance is a critical concern for many organizations. However, implementing the proper security controls and demonstrating compliance places a considerable burden on system administrators and can become very costly. Compliance with regulations, such as SOX, FISMA, PCI, FSA and SCC has always been challenging, but is especially difficult when adherence to multiple regulations is required.
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