With ScaleFT Web Access, internal company applications are protected by an Access Fabric, a globally distributed real-time authorization CDN capable of making intelligent trust decisions at the edge.
ScaleFT is the first company to deliver Google's BeyondCorp as a service -- helping companies achieve their own Zero Trust security architecture
Inside Google, BeyondCorp is core infrastructure that employees use every day. Outside of Google, whether BeyondCorp is an architecture, a security philosophy, a positioning statement, a product you can just buy, a movement, or just common sense is hard to say.
What's the fastest path to your own BeyondCorp architecture? Start small and focused and go from there. Quid knows this, and chose ScaleFT to lead them towards better, more productive security.
Inspired by Google’s BeyondCorp, ScaleFT Zero Trust platform protects company resources through a single environment, eliminating the need to deploy and manage disparate PAM and IAM products
Lost, stolen, or misused SSH keys have long been a known threat vector. We have a crazy thought here at ScaleFT – what if we got rid of them entirely? It's our belief that static credentials are a thing of the past, representing the failed perimeter model of corporate security. I'm going to tell you why you should throw out your keys in favor of ephemeral client certificates.
This free guide breaks down the Zero Trust model into an incrementally adoptable framework that companies of all kinds can leverage to improve their own security posture. You don't have to boil the ocean to achieve a similar outcome as Google, you can take steps today that will get you there in no time!
Listen to this podcast interview between ScaleFT CTO and co-founder, Paul Querna, and industry expert Derrick Harris of ARCHITECHT to learn about the importance of the end user experience when implementing security across an organization, and how ScaleFT helps companies achieve a similar outcome as Google’s BeyondCorp with as few implementation challenges as possible.
The traditional perimeter-based security model is breaking down, leaving corporate networks more exposed than ever to the threat of insider attacks. The Zero Trust model has recently emerged as an alternative, providing a better architecture for protecting sensitive company resources.
This is part 5 in a series of blog posts dedicated to helping companies learn what it takes to achieve a Zero Trust security architecture of their own; much like Google's BeyondCorp.