WFA: Zero Trust Network Access from Teneo
Teneo’s WFA: Zero Trust Network Access service is for I&O teams that want to ensure their Zero Trust Network Access solution is deployed and consistently managed to best practice throughout its lifecycle, and doesn’t become a case of ‘set and forget’.
Now, more than ever, the threat landscape is constantly changing, and security must be constantly updated and reviewed. That’s where Teneo can help. WFA: Zero Trust Network Access provides monitoring and regular reviews of policy usage and effectiveness, network changes and new applications. And, thanks to the visibility we gain through full logging and behavioral analytics, we’re able to report on those insights and provide recommendations for change to help you stay ahead of modern-day hackers and threats.
To further protect your users, Teneo recommends adding Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) as an additional login security layer. Many current two factor authentication methods can be manipulated by attackers and bypassed using simple phishing or social engineering techniques. With our MFA service, customers can leverage the strongest standards-based authentication method available, FIDO2.
In partnering with Teneo, you’ll benefit from a highly sophisticated set of Zero Trust Network Access controls, delivered using the power and scalability of the cloud, and without the need for heavy investment in internal resources or ongoing training.
By adopting Zero Trust Network Access in partnership with us, you can reduce the risk from attack, and deliver applications to users whenever and wherever they need them – securely. Our light touch, always-on WFA: Zero Trust Network Access service ensures that access is not only secure on network entry, but also throughout the lifespan of the connection.
With Teneo, you gain peace of mind that your security policy is updated as network usage and security threats continue to evolve.
Service level summary:
WFA: Zero Trust Network Access is suitable for 100+ users and is available in three main building blocks: Internet Access, Private Access, and MFA.