MARLBOROUGH, MA – April 1, 2020 – The latest post on the PortSys® blog explores serious security gaps in VPNs that many organizations around the world now use for business continuity due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
In the blog, Michael Oldham, CEO of PortSys, examines six key areas where VPNs fall short in securing the enterprise infrastructure:
Oldham explains why Total Access Control (TAC), the Zero Trust Access solution from PortSys, offers a better approach to remote access during these trying times. He discusses how organizations can use TAC as the primary access solution for all resources, local and cloud, while working equally well for internal employees and improving everyone’s productivity. And finally, he shows how TAC provides a simpler, stronger and more unified approach to managing security for remote users.
You can read the blog post in its entirety here:
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