Netskope announced a cloud-based platform that can be used to secure private enterprises applications on public cloud and on-premises data centers using the zero-trust access for the applications. The company announced with the same name Netskope for Private Access a cloud-based service that provides secure access for all types of private enterprise applications. Netskope works with both on-premises and cloud data solutions, it completely eliminates the risk by providing zero-trust applications access rather than network access. The solution is one of the component of the Netskope platform that enables by securing the access to SaaS, IaaS, web and private applications and data in a hybrid IT environment with the reduction of risk and simplifying security operations.
Some of the key features offered by the platform, Zero trust access to corporate applications as the data and resources are protected by application-level access control based on user identity. Access to applications in multiple networks, users can access the private application in the cloud and even in the data center seamlessly. Admins will be registered that can block inbound access to physical or virtual networks and shield internal corporate resources from various outside threats. Support to all different types of applications that include Windows, iOS, and Mac, easing the user experience with securing access to private applications in public clouds. No need for network changes or extra hardware requirement in the cloud-based environment.
Netskope for private access provides secure access to applications that are stored in different cloud applications that includes Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google public cloud, and Azure, including the on-premises data centers. Private access offers various policy management combined with compliance assessment and integration with the existing identity and access management and security information. The enterprise has added that they support all applications, various protocol, and any device to enable business productivity along with simplifying the SecOps.