A global provider of Zero Trust Network Access solutions, Banyan Security released Team Edition a Zero trust Solution. This solution is a costless version of the company’s robust Zero Trust Remote Access platform which is accessible and designed for around 20 users. Team Edition is meant to give teams zero-trust access to hosted applications and infrastructure services with a single click, eliminating the need for legacy VPNs, inbound firewall ports, or DNS management.
CEO & co-founder at Banyan Security, Jayanth Gummaraju, stated, “Zero trust remote access is about making it easier for people to securely access the resources they need from wherever they are. Unlike most zero trust vendors, we are taking a comprehensive approach to improving security by leveraging principles like least privilege access, user trust, continuous authorization with device trust, and trust-based access control. Team Edition makes it so easy – in 15 minutes, one can set up and manage zero trust access for their team. There’s no integration, no complex enrollment, and no charge. It’s a solution designed to provide the best admin, management, and end user experiences.”
For decades at least, IT, Security, and DevOps have had to put up with substandard application and resource access solutions. As a result, there has been inconsistency in performance and less-than-ideal user experiences, which has harmed company security and employee productivity. By integrating least privilege access and continuous authorization to validate access based on real-time user and device trust, Team Edition overcomes these fundamental difficulties in just no time. Also, device trust reduces the risks of credential theft or loss, allowing users to use their chosen devices without affecting security. The Banyan TrustScore feature provides additional protection by quantifying user and device trust with a device security posture.
Banyan Security released Team Edition an award-winning Zero Trust Remote Access platform. This solution. This solution enables IT, Security, and DevOps team leaders the power and security of zero-trust remote access, as well as the increased productivity of users who have access to all provisioned services. With trust-based policy control, least privilege access, and continuous authorization, new infrastructure services, and hosted apps may be made accessible in minutes rather than days or weeks, while ensuring admin visibility, control, and security.
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