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  • 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.

  • Pogo Paradox: Is Your Infrastructure Your Worst Enemy?

    In today’s modern hybrid enterprise, where users access multiple apps – both local and cloud – from anywhere in the world through multiple devices, credentials alone just don’t make the grade anymore. In this blog, learn more about the shortcomings of today’s complex maze of security solutions and how a zero-trust philosophy can help.

  • AntiVirus for Mobile vs. Managed Secure Access for Mobile and BYOD

    Antivirus is a great technology for helping to protect devices. But how does antivirus protection differ from say, managed secure access when it comes to mobile devices? Download and discover the answers in fewer than four minutes with this revealing blog post.

  • All Access Is Not Created Equal

    “Context of Access” involves understanding not only the user, but the device they are using, the status of that device, the location of access, and more. Discover why – to securely allow for new business innovation – organizations must understand Context of Access and have the technology to support it.

  • IT Security is Broken Can Zero Trust Access Fix It?”

    Which well-known medical collection agency has filed for bankruptcy as a result of a security breach affecting 20 million consumers? Which popular hotel chain faced a $124 million fine for violating GDPR? Find out the top security challenges (and the painful costs) that are affecting so many companies today.

  • Sharpen your Focus on Spear Phishing Attacks in 2019

    How can you ensure you don’t end up being skewered by a spear phishing attack? Stronger identity management with multiple factors of authentication? Biometrics? How about Context of Access? Find out the facts in this revealing overview from security pundit Michael Oldham, CEO of PortSys.

  • The Superpower of “Yes! But…”

    There was a time not so long ago when security administrators ruled over their IT fiefdoms through the Superpower of NO! Want access with a mobile device? NO! Want access from home? NO! Want access from the road? NO! In this blog post, learn how and why security’s superpower of “NO!” turned into “Yes! But…”

  • Identity Is Not Security – Context Is King

    Identity is still important to security, but identity alone is NOT security. By binding user credentials with security policies based on the multiple factors within context of access, organizations today can significantly strengthen the protection of their enterprise resources, and ultimately, their bottom line. Read this article to learn more.

  • UK Leads the Way for Security of Mobile Workforce; US Needs to Step it Up

    Companies US companies have dominated the media attention and have built considerable business helping to secure mobile devices.  But, the international competition is growing quite substantially. Learn about the state of mobile security in the UK vs. the US in this PortSys blog post from Michael Oldham.

  • When MDM is Not Enough: Context is Key

    While Mobile Device Management (MDM) helps to manage a smartphone or tablet device to ensure that device is valid and approved, beyond this, many organizations still rely on usernames and passwords to determine access privilege. Read this article for reasons on why access control is so important when managing mobile devices today.

  • The Madness of IT Security Sprawl

    Does adding more complexity to your IT infrastructure make you safer? Many organizations believe the more security solutions, the better. In this article, learn why that is not the case and why there needs to be a stop to “The Madness of IT Security Sprawl” today.

  • It May Be Time To Rethink RDP

    RDP, Microsoft’s widely used remote access tool, continues to be a prime target of malicious cyber criminals. The problem is only getting worse as hackers broaden their reach through highly advanced automated attacks. In this article, learn why a zero trust solution can help strengthen and simplify your overall access infrastructure.

  • Can Zero Trust Fix What’s Wrong with IT Security?

    Why is zero trust such a prominent discussion both in the board room and among IT security professionals? Read this article for a look at how zero trust access changes the IT security game today.

  • Improving Lives Around the World through Easier Access to Knowledge

    Learn how Research4Life was able to use PortSys Total Access Control to manage access across all programs and make the lives of end users around the world easier.

  • PortSys Total Access Control Case Study

    While all companies are concerned about security, those in the financial services industry are especially so. Read this case study to see how a financial services firm used PortSys Total Access Control to address risk-based security for their devices and applications.

  • Take a Better TAC to Protect RDP

    Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) is one of the most frequently targeted threat vectors today. A comprehensive approach to access control for RDP is needed. In this blog, learn how Total Access Control from PortSys protects RDP in today's modern hybrid enterprise.

  • Making the Business Case for Zero Trust Access

    Historically, it has been a challenge to translate the technical aspects of a new security architecture into business benefits for the board room and C-suite. In this blog, discover 6 benefits you can highlight when making the business case for Zero Trust Access in the board room and C-suite.

  • Zero Trust Access What Does it Mean?

    Total Access Control's (TAC) Zero Trust approach to access redefines the way users get access to information across your enterprise. In this video, learn how it allows you to secure your infrastructure, provide the segmentation you need to protect your resources and dramatically simplifies access for your end users.

  • New Tech: Early Adopters Find Smart 'Zero Trust' Access Improves Security Without Stifling Innovation

    Abused logon credentials continue to fuel the never-ending escalation of cyberattacks. However, the Zero Trust approach could be well on its way to changing this. In this blog, uncover key findings from a recent discussion Byron Acohido of The Last Watchdog, had with PortSys' CEO Michael Oldham about Zero Trust.

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

    Technology inventions are being integrated across the energy sector with legacy hardware and software systems. However, the patches on these legacy systems can't keep up with today's threats. In this case study, learn how these challenges led to Oklahoma Municipal Power Authority deploying Total Access Control to help provide secure remote access.

  • Total Access Control Addresses Risk-based Security for Any Device and Application

    While all companies are concerned about security, those in the financial services industry are especially so. In this case study, learn how a financial services firm was provided risk-based security with PortSys Total Access Control.

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

    A financial services firm needed to find a new access control solution that ensured only authorized users accessed their system. In this case study, learn how the firm was able to use PortSys Total Access Control (TAC) to do so.

  • Zero Trust Access Video

    Total Access Control's (TAC) Zero Trust approach to access redefines the way users get access to information across your enterprise. In this video, learn how it allows you to secure your infrastructure, provide the segmentation you need to protect your resources and dramatically simplifies access for your end users.

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