Organizations use the zero-trust browser capability of itopia WorkAnywhere to support important business needs, such as:
itopia’s zero-trust browser capability enables deployment of enterprise web apps to employees, contractors, and customers, reducing risks to both server workloads and end-user clients. Protecting enterprise web applications is simplified by providing a single point of entry with access controls connected to the identity provider of your choice. This control is an additional layer of security protecting your application and infrastructure from browser-based attacks, exploits on endpoint devices, and intentional/unintentional data exfiltration.
itopia’s zero-trust browser capability is included with itopia WorkAnywhere as a fully-managed service, including monitoring, scaling, patching, and security. With an SLA of 99.9%, IT can be assured of high availability, scalability, and accessibility.
Provisioning and monitoring end user access is managed through an easy-to-use console, giving administrators complete control over access, browser configurations, and session security. In addition, delegated administration allows IT to provide just the access needed by staff to monitor and support end users.
From remote offices to work-from-home (WFH) to offshoring, end users are distributed across many work environments. itopia’s zero-trust browser capability is instantly available and requires no software on the endpoint device. Time to productivity and onboarding of new end users can accelerate exponentially without the worry of managing endpoints. Every end user can access one or multiple browser sessions.
In a zero-trust environment, managing endpoint security is a thing of the past. Security is not dependent upon a trusted client or endpoint. With itopia, administrators control user access, identity providers, clipboard, printing, and network access (IP and Geo filtering). Isolating the endpoint from web application workloads is another layer of protection from unintended security breaches or intentional data exfiltration.