- TAC recognized for offering more secure alternative to VPN technologies
- Flexible platform enables customers to deploy TAC on any network infrastructure
- Reducing complexity allows TAC to avoid latency issues facing other vendor platforms
MARLBOROUGH, MA – January 19, 2021 – Total Access Control (TAC) is featured in Dark Reading’s review this month of leading Zero Trust Access solutions that provide more secure alternatives to Virtual Private Network (VPN) technologies.
In the article, “Bringing Zero Trust to Secure Remote Access,” OMDIA principal cybersecurity analyst Rik Turner praises PortSys for enabling its customers to deploy TAC on any network infrastructure that they prefer. Turner also notes that because the TAC platform removes the need for the overhead of many other security solutions, it allows organizations to avoid many of the latency issues that affect other vendor platforms.
TAC combines multiple technologies together into a single solution that provides centralized control over access to local and cloud resources, from any device in any location. TAC provides increased security, a simpler user experience, and easy deployment within an organization’s existing infrastructure.
PortSys customers span the globe across many industries, including finance, government, defense, utilities, healthcare, education, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), construction, and other market segments where secure access to enterprise information is vital.
ABOUT PORTSYS, INC.
PortSys, Inc., a privately funded company, is a global innovator in information security and Zero Trust access control. Some of the world’s largest enterprise organizations rely on PortSys’ scalable Total Access Control solution to significantly strengthen, simplify and unify IT security across the enterprise. PortSys serves customers from its U.S. headquarters in Marlborough, MA, offices in the UK, and distributors throughout Europe, the Middle East and Africa. For more information, visit www.portsys.com.