Why are you using technology built in the nineties to enable and secure your business in 2021?
Awingu is a core enabler for your business to adopt a Zero Trust IT Security strategy. Based on some really simple principles, Awingu will significantly increase security for remote access. Awingu is especially powerful when combined with a BYOD policy.
Awingu comes with a built-in MFA at no extra cost that is super easy to activate.
Define in what context what apps/file shares can be accessed by which users (e.g. block access to ERP from all foreign countries).
Awingu is built on a server-based computing concept. There is no data stored locally on the device.
All usage going through Awingu is audited and available to the platform admin.
Not all users are equal. With Awingu it’s easy to give user (groups) different rights (e.g. file sharing, copying & pasting, download to desktop, etc.).
Traffic between the browser and the Awingu platform is encrypted over HTTPS. Awingu also provides a built-in SSL certificate service at no extra cost.
Dr. Chase “Zero Trust” Cunningham about why we should get rid of insecure VPN solutions
Remote access is not a static given. It requires scaling up and down. Awingu allows to be be scaled very quickly.
Zero Trust (ZT) is probably one of the most talked-about topics, terms, or buzzwords on the cybersecurity market today. If you have attended any conference across the globe in the last 2 years in the cyber circuit, it is highly likely that you have run across this Zero Trust “thing”. But what is Zero Trust? Where did the concept and idea originate and why should we be inundated with this onslaught of Zero Trust shenanigans?
“Friends don’t let friends use VPN.” I read this claim in a blog post by Matthew Sullivan (whom I give all creative credits) and was immediately sold into the line. In this blog post we’ll discuss why classic VPN (Virtual Private Network) solutions are not ‘good enough’ anymore for businesses to enable remote working and teleworking.
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