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Defend Your Enterprise

Proactively protect your network, applications, and endpoints from attacks
Remote access to critical resources exposes your organization to cyberattacks, especially when requests originate from unmanaged devices on non-secure networks. BlackBerry® solutions with AI work harmoniously to secure endpoints, networks, and applications, preventing breaches and improving your security posture. 
Security Challenges Facing Today's Enterprises

Security Challenges Facing Today's Enterprises

According to the SANS Institute, the castle and moat approach to network security is no longer practical. The network perimeter is blurred because employees, contractors, and strategic partners are working from anywhere on any device. Many organizations struggle to balance secure access with productivity.

  • 85% of breaches involved a human element1 
  • 61% of breaches involved credentials1
  • 1/3 of breaches were social engineering, which is the most common pattern1
Why Organizations Need a VPN Replacement Strategy

Why Organizations Need a VPN Replacement Strategy

The path to simple, more intelligent, reliable, and secure access.

According to Enterprise Strategy Group research, 67% of organizations currently use VPN to support remote access. But, the nature of work has fundamentally changed. It has blurred the perimeter and dramatically expanded the attack surface. Learn how some organizations are getting ahead of cyber challenges by turning to ZTNA.

How Legacy Network Security Solutions Can Leave You Exposed

VPN Technology Is Often Vulnerable to Cyberattacks
Many VPNs have design flaws and structural vulnerabilities that can be exploited relatively easily by crafty adversaries. CISA has issued numerous warnings and alerts. 2
VPN Access Controls Are Overly Permissive
Authenticated users gain access to the entire network. A malicious insider or compromised endpoint can abuse access to drop malware, exfiltrate data, and deploy ransomware.
VPNs Were Never Designed to Detect or Thwart Malware, Ransomware, and Phishing Attacks
VPNs cannot assess the safety of a user or the health of a device or network before allowing access to corporate resources. That requires AI-powered endpoint protection and Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA).
ZTNA as a First Line of Defense

ZTNA as a First Line of Defense

In a zero trust model, any user, device, system or application shall not be trusted. Access is controlled using adaptive authentication and authorization policies through identity-and context-based factors.

  • Dynamic Access Policies - Access can be selectively restricted or blocked based on AI-powered continuous authentication and real-time risk scores.
  • Direct Access to SaaS Apps - ZTNA eliminates the costs, timeouts, and performance issues of backhauling cloud traffic to the corporate network.
  • Easy to Implement and Manage - The cloud-based architecture is highly scalable, and makes configuring and managing context-aware policies hassle-free.

Defend Your Network and Endpoints Without Interruption

CylanceGateway™ and CylancePROTECT® prevent unauthorized access to business networks with Cylance® AI that automatically detects and stops known and zero-day threats from compromising networks, devices, and user identities. Start building a zero trust security framework with BlackBerry solutions.

Resources

Structural Dependency
Keep Your Workforce Productive From Anywhere Secure Using ZTNA with CylanceGATEWAY.
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Making Zero Trust Easy, Available, and Affordable
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SANS & BlackBerry Present: Your Extra Layer of Security: Getting to Zero Trust Network Access
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CylanceGATEWAY Solution Brief
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