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Third-Party and Privileged User Access

Context-Aware, Secure Network Access for Third-Party and Privileged Users

Traditional network security fails to secure third-party and privileged user access

Privileged Users

Not all information should be accessed anytime or anywhere by privileged users.

Traditional methods of securing networks are simply inadequate for privileged users. Due to their powerful entitlements, privileged users require strict access control and management. Traditional security methods such as VPNs, firewalls, and jump hosts fall short. They don’t provide fine-grained access control and do not consider the user’s role and attribute-based context such as a user’s device type and their location. 

Third-Party Access

You can count on cyber criminals to look for the easiest entry points into your network. They’ve discovered and continue to find that third-party vendors, service providers and partners often have extensive access to enterprise networks. By stealing credentials from them, they can acquire personal information, intellectual property and other data worth billions.

Third-parties will have their credentials stolen and their networks breached. In turn, this malicious access will be used to compromise your network.

Securing On-Premises and Cloud for Third-Party and Privileged User Access

It's time your organization adopts a modern solution to securing privileged user and third-party access. 

AppGate operates under the premise that privileged and third-party users should never be entrusted with access to, or visibility of, resources that lie outside of the scope of their responsibilities. AppGate dramatically simplifies the user access problem and eliminates over-entitled network access, drawing on user context to dynamically create a secure, encrypted network segment of one that’s tailored for each user session. 

AppGate’s layered defenses for managing user access are easy to deploy and begin with strong authentication using multiple factors such as one-time-passwords (OTP). It then creates secure, service-specific tunnels to authorized applications and resources based on a context-aware understanding of attributes including user, role, location and device.  

Most importantly, it ensures that all resources (whether on-premises, private or cloud) remain invisible until authorized. AppGate dynamically creates a software-defined perimeter for each unique third-party or privileged user.  These users can only access what they require to do their jobs.