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  • Cybersecurity Risk: A Board’s-Eye View Chapter 4

    Access control is now the single most important aspect of an organization’s security architecture. What if you could view the context of a user’s access request, then have that request analyzed against your security policies for authentication? Read this brief to look at Total Access Control by PortSys.

  • Cybersecurity Risk: A Board’s-Eye View Chapter 3

    The zero-trust market is becoming saturated, and organizations considering zero trust are having to do their homework when it comes to vendor selection and fit. For many, substantial factors will be ease of deployment and flexibility, as these will lower costs. Read this white paper to learn about zero-trust access by PortSys.

  • Cybersecurity Risk: A Board’s-Eye View Chapter 2

    When it comes to zero-trust architecture, there is no one-size-fits-all package. It’s crucial that you consider which type of zero trust could best suit your organization, especially given the recent spike in vendors boasting zero-trust capabilities. Read this short white paper to learn the 3 different flavors of zero trust.

  • Cybersecurity Risk: A Board’s-Eye View

    IT security is broken – what will it take to fix it? A growing concern across board rooms and C-suites worldwide, security in a changing landscape has drawn more attention to a zero-trust ideology. But how do you know if it could work for your enterprise? Jump into these 5 critical security questions to give your posture some consideration.

  • Zero Trust Architecture

    Zero trust architecture is an evolution in the access control paradigm. Jump into this detailed document to learn how Total Access Control by PortSys maps to NIST SP 800-207, a special publication designed to provide detailed guidance for organizations on six areas of zero trust architecture.

  • PortSys: Zero Trust e-book

    Zero trust is gaining popularity due to its flexible approach to enterprise protection. According to the International Data Group, 52% of companies are researching or piloting a zero-trust model. If you’re considering a model of your own, read these 5 security questions to learn where you stand, and to see where you could benefit from zero trust.

  • University Hospital Gets the Most Out of Mobility with Total Access Control

    For Milton Keynes University Hospital (MKUH), enabling and securing access for every device, regardless of location, became critical as they looked to modernize their operations. In this case study, discover why MKUH decided to partner with PortSys and implement a zero-trust approach to access management in the form of Total Access Control.

  • Solving IoT’s Access Control Conundrum

    It’s no surprise that organizations are embracing the collaboration and innovation benefits of the internet of things (IoT). In fact, its predicted that by 2024, the number of IoT connections will grow by 130%. So, how are IT and security teams going to manage access requests across growing environments? Read on to find out.

  • Don’t Give Away Keys to Your Kingdom with ADFS

    For years, organizations have been using Active Directory Federated Services (ADFS) to manage access to cloud applications. However, sole reliance on ADFS for managing these accounts can introduce risks. In this article, discover how Total Access Control (TAC), Portsys’ zero-trust offering, can help protect ADFS accounts from cyberattacks.

  • Business Continuity – Are You Putting Your Company at Risk with RDP?

    RDP has been a favorite target of hackers for a long time, even before this pandemic. Many organizations may think that their default RDP security methods are good enough. But most RDP deployments don’t even incorporate fundamental security features such as 2FA. Learn how Total Access Control (TAC) can keep users more secure in this WFH world.

  • Business Continuity

    Many organizations prior to COVID-19 had business continuity plans in place. But were counting on VPNs and VDIs, which happen to be among the most frequently targeted attack vectors by hackers. In this blog post from PortSys, get an in-depth overview of today’s security challenges with VPNs.

  • PortSys Delivers Clientless Citrix Desktops with Total Access Control

    In this resource, learn about Total Access Control (TAC), and find out how its features like advanced SSO can help you further strengthen Citrix Workspace and desktop security with a Zero-Trust approach.

  • Coronavirus: How Ready Are You for Remote Access?

    Coronavirus is already demonstrating the power it can have to upset the interconnectedness of our business world. With the number of Coronavirus victims worldwide rapidly growing, many businesses will need to support employees who work from home. In this blog post, learn how your organization can take a secure approach to remote access.

  • Digital Transformation: Market Opportunity & Threats for MSPs

    In 2019, at least 13 managed service providers (MSPs) were compromised by ransomware. MSPs remain attractive targets for hackers, which will likely lead to a rise in breach attempts. So, can MSPs be trusted as secure partners? This blog post breaks down the market opportunity and potential security risk for MSPs.

  • Total Access in a Zero Trust Environment

    With the rate at which technology is changing, traditional security models are growing ineffective at providing adequate protection. Organizations require a scalable approach that is effective for securing on-premise and remote users. In this article, take a closer look at the increasingly popular zero-trust model for total access control.

  • Zero Trust Access Helps UK County Improve Productivity and Access Control

    The initiation of GDPR caused widespread change in the way organizations handled consumer data across the EU. In this case study, follow the Essex County Council, keepers of personal data for their residents, through their post-GDPR journey towards zero-trust access control to enable their employees to collaborate in a secure environment.

  • ZS Solves Office 365 Security Issue with PortSys TAC

    The threat of a data breach can damage an organization’s reputation with both customers and vendors. When ZS made the decision to implement Office 365, they needed enhanced security to cover data encryption and endpoint management. Read this case study to follow ZS’s journey towards a holistic data loss prevention strategy.

  • What to Look for in a Zero Trust Solution in 2020

    With massive breaches regularly making headlines, it’s clear that traditional security is ineffective at mitigating today’s evolving attacks. The zero-trust approach to access control enables organizations to mitigate risk in the cloud era, taking belief out of the equation and substituting it with assurance. Read on to learn more.

  • Zero Trust Access

    Cyberattacks are becoming increasingly damaging, and the strategies in place are ineffective at mitigating these breaches. Join the CEO of PortSys in this webinar as he discusses why today’s security tactics fall short and how the zero-trust approach can help to better defend data.

  • Total Access Control Provides Zero Trust Application Access for Financial Services Firm

    In this case study, a PortSys customer explains how they needed to make an important decision when Microsoft announced it was ending support for its Unified Access Gateway (UAG). Read on to find out why the team went with Total Access Control (TAC) from PortSys for secure remote access.

  • Oklahoma Municipal Power Authority Energizes Team’s Secure Remote Access with TAC

    The Oklahoma Municipal Power Authority (OMPA) provides electrical power and energy to Oklahoma’s municipally owned electric systems. But the energy sector’s infrastructure provides an alluring target for cybercriminals. In this case study, learn how OMPA turned to Total Access Control for secure remote access.

  • What to Look for in a Zero Trust Solution in 2020

    The zero-trust approach to access control isn’t a new concept. In fact, it’s been around for nearly 10 years. Although the concept is simple, organizations struggle to understand the most effective ways to implement it. This white paper explores the concept behind zero-trust, why it’s effective, and the primary ways it can be implemented.

  • Simplify, Strengthen and Unify Your Security with Zero Trust Access

    Given the increasing threats and challenges to IT security, organizations should consider a zero-trust approach for protecting their infrastructure. In this data sheet, uncover the benefits and challenges of incorporating a zero-trust approach and gain insight into the features of Total Access Control’s zero-trust service.Read on to learn more.

  • Network Security – A Patchwork Quilt Bursting at the Seams

    In this article, learn about a more efficient way for an organization to manage their network security from top to bottom.

  • Think your Business is Too Small to be at Risk of a Security Breach? Think Again.

    Find out how SMBs on a budget can encrypt data and more effectively control access to it without having to decimate their IT budget to do so.

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