Secure Connectivity.
Maximum Productivity.
​Cyolo supports and integrates with your existing infrastructure.

Your workforce needs seamless connection to their environments, you need security.
With Cyolo Zero Trust Access, it’s easy to keep users securely connected – whomever they are, wherever they are.

How Cyolo Keeps Your Business Connected & Secure

Your employees shouldn’t lose time and productivity trying to connect to their environments.

See how you can keep your workforce agile, optimize IT resources & achieve real zero-trust access – all from one unified platform.

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Resilient

Enforce granular and action based policy

Minimize the attack surface with no access to the network

Reduce risk of internal and external threats with risk-based access

Agile

Network and platform agnostic – on premise, IaaS and SaaS platforms

Remove the need to connect to users’ networks, NACs etc.

Easily expand to new locations with no infrastructure or hardware required

Boundless

Unified secure access to applications on any network: internal, external, offline and IoT

Deliver a secure and transparent user experience

Get self-calibrating actionable insights

Secure Access to Support Your Business

Controlled Access

Full visibility and control over access and actions in sensitive applications & mission-critical environments.

Controlled access for DevOps, developers, administrators and privileged users.

Compliance Readiness

Ensure your users’ traffic and information is never exposed.

Obtain compliance with legacy applications and systems through encrypted traffic, MFA & biometric authentication.

Secure Remote Access

Connect remote users to applications, desktops, servers and files – VPN and network free.

Supervised access and actions for sensitive roles and areas, Cyolo provides one of the best VPN alternatives.

Third Party Collaboration & M&A

Facilitate cross organizational connectivity by securely connecting users to shared applications.

No network integration or trust relationship between users’ directories required.

Risk Based Access

Get AI powered policy suggestions and self-calibrating actionable insights.

Visualize risk profiles and set a risk-based policy.

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A Guide for Implementing the Zero Trust Security Model

1. Map the User Requirements

Before implementing a zero-trust security model, map out the different needs of the various user groups in your network. For example, Organizational users have different needs and rights than Suppliers and Partners, Privileged users and Admins need access that other users don’t, OT & Mission Critical assets can only be accessed by some users, etc. Then, map out all the apps and protocols utilized in the network.

2. Ensure Maximum Coverage

Before choosing any zero trust solutions, make sure to choose a solution that supports secure access for all your user types and any application or protocol your users are using, which you mapped out in the previous point. Remember, it takes only one open window for the attackers to enter your home.

3. Introduce ID-based Connectivity

Use ID-based connectivity to minimize the attack surface and prevent malicious access. Access should be granted to the authorized asset and not to the network itself. The access provided needs to be as narrow as can be. 

ID based connectivity is based on the User ID and Device ID, alongside factors that provide context: Multi-factor authentication (MFA), supervised access, Privileged Access Management (PAM), and monitoring the user’s activity during the session. As you can see, granting access is based only on the user ID and not solely on attributes, and it is a continuous process.

4. Choose a Safe Architecture

For a zero-trust journey choose a zero-trust solution. Choose a provider that works on a safe architecture. Make sure no vulnerable information, and especially customer data, is kept in the provider’s cloud.

5. Ease of Deployment

Another important aspect of the journey is the ease of deployment and scale. This is critical for supporting business needs, growth and expansion. The deployment and users’ onboarding processes have to be simple and straightforward to support a successful implementation. It is also important to use a technology that is easy to manage and does not require special skills, especially in today’s tech culture.

6. Ensure Easy Operation

It is important to ensure security and operational needs are handled in a way that doesn’t impose on your resources and user experience. Employees, partners and stakeholders will not be very tolerant to a system that is impacting their ROI, productivity and efficiency. In an extreme scenario, the solution will not be used, which defeats the whole purpose of security.

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