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|Banyan Security||Hewlett Packard Enterprise|
Traditional secure remote access solutions like VPNs don’t work anymore for today’s world where users, devices, and applications are highly distributed and dynamic. We need three foundational building blocks to provide a complete solution:
1. Quantified Trust: User and device trust are no longer black or white, but rather like shades of grey where depending on the security posture the same user and device may be allowed different levels of access.
2. Continuous Authorization: The channel cannot be validated with just one-time authorization, but rather needs to be continuous authorized based on zero day attacks, unauthorized user activity.
3. Decentralized Enforcement: The access enforcement cannot be centralized to handle the large scale and security concerns of modern enterprises. We need a highly distributed architecture that scales with applications and clouds.
As enterprises adopt cloud computing and containers, they end up working with additional, platform-specific identity providers. Authenticating applications or software services across platforms requires a tremendous effort and hinders cloud or container migration efforts and development velocity. They need a flexible yet consistent solution for authenticating services, regardless of which platform they run on.
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