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ComputerVault Software Defined Perimeter

Keep the bad guys out and let the good guys in is the goal of information security. Easier said than done.

Software-Defined Perimeter, (“SDP”) controls access to resources based on identity. All endpoint devices attempting to access any resources must be authenticated and authorized before a connection is made. This is unlike TCP/IP which allows a connection first and then authenticates the device and user.

By obscuring the systems within the perimeter, a “Black Cloud” is created so that outsiders can’t see what is inside. This is a necessary step in creating a true Zero Trust Security model, which is really IT’s best hope for cybersecurity.

ComputerVault Virtual Desktops have built-in:

  • Zero Trust Security Model
  • Software-Defined Perimeter Authenitcation
  • Advanced Cybersecurity features beyond SDP and Zero Trust

ComputerVault Virtual Desktops and it’s IoT platform, stop malware, ransomware, spyware, hackers and other nastiness with the above technologies. We started doing this 10 years ago, before the names for SDP and Zero Trust Security were even invented. It’s not easy to do, but this stuff really works.

If you want to limit your attack surface and prevent malware infections from corrupting your data and stopping your operations, then get ComputerVault Virtual Desktops and stay ahead of the hackers. Also, check out “What is ComputerVault?” on our YouTube page.

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