ZTNA / SD-WAN SOLUTIONS
NEW COMMUNICATION NETWORK TECHNOLOGIES
NetFoundry is the leader in application-specific networking, enabling businesses to instantly connect distributed applications in any cloud, on any device, anywhere with unprecedented simplicity. The NetFoundry platform enables companies to connect applications SECURE and RELIABLE without the limitations of VPNs, custom hardware, and private circuits.
A NEW REVOLUTIONARY AND SAFE CONCEPT
Zero Trust is a security concept centered on the belief that organizations should not automatically trust anything inside or outside their perimeters and should instead verify anything that tries to connect to their systems before granting access. “The strategy around Zero Trust comes down to not trusting anyone. We are talking about «We cut off all access until the network knows who you are. Do not allow access to IP addresses, machines, etc. until you know who that user is and if they are authorized.»
1. Protect customers and company data / information.
2. Have better control of your connections in the private or public network.
3. Provide greater security and an excellent user experience.
A new approach is displacing the VPN. Defined by Gartner as Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) and also known as Software Defined Perimeter (SDP), it enables companies to extend precision, secure and agile access; access that is just what users need, just when they need it to any application, regardless of where it is running or from where it is accessed. Gartner: «By 2022, 80% of new business applications open to ecosystem partners will become zero trust.»
NetFoundry + Simple, + Secure, + Innovative
At Solusoft we continue to create great alliances to transform and improve our clients’ operations. With the NetFoundry talk you will be able to learn and learn more about this secure platform that allows you to create and run more powerful and controlled applications, achieving an integration of your private networks.
Plus, you can remove or supplement your VPNs to meet your remote work needs.