Axis Security

San Mateo, CA, USA
2018
Sep 13, 2022   |  By Axis Security
Axis announces that its Atmos Security Service Edge platform has been named Most Innovative SaaS Security Solution in the 2022 SaaS Awards program.
Aug 2, 2022   |  By Axis Security
Launches industry's first ZTNA Migration Tool and ZTNA Buyback Program setting the stage for migration away from ZTNA 1.0.
Aug 2, 2022   |  By Jaye Tillson
In 2017 Gartner unveiled a new acronym “ZTNA” short for zero trust network access, and released the Market Guide for Zero Trust Network Access. Revolutionary, especially compared to its incumbent technologies like VPN, ZTNA solution quickly became a new form of remote access that was designed to replace traditional remote access technologies and all the risks they came with.
Aug 2, 2022   |  By John Spiegel
As a kid who grew up on a steady diet of network TV in the 80s, I always got excited when a crossover was teased at the end of an episode. Take the original Magnum PI starring Tom Selleck. There were several. Magnum and Hawaii Five-O… classic. Simon and Simon on the case with Higgins and Thomas Magnum in 1982, that was a good one! And who could not forget Jessica Fletcher (Angela Lansbury) using her detective skills in episode ‘Novel Connection’!
Jul 28, 2022   |  By Axis Security
Atmos Platform Recognized for Innovation in Security Service Edge Platforms.
Jul 25, 2022   |  By Camilla Ahlquist
Welcome to the ZTNA Collection, a curated list of the top favorite Zero Trust Network Access assets. Enjoy the array of glossary pages, blogs, videos, and whitepapers all specific to ZTNA thought leadership. What is Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA)? Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) Created in April of 2019 by Gartner, the term Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) represents a set of new technologies designed for secure access to private applications.
Jul 25, 2022   |  By John Spiegel
Over the past 28 months, two significant events happened which will change the way we build our IT networks. First, obviously, the pandemic. March 2020 caused the workers of the world to move their office cubes to their basements, bedrooms or even the family kitchen table. Remote work became essential for the economy to function. To facilitate access, we saw mass adoption of Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) technologies which do not require heritage based solutions like IPSec VPNs.
Jul 14, 2022   |  By Axis Security
Atmos Secure Service Edge Platform Nominated for Best Security Innovation in a SaaS Product.
Jul 14, 2022   |  By Christopher Hines
The term “ZTNA,” zero trust network access, has been around for years – first bursting onto the scene in 2017 when Gartner dropped the term in their ZTNA Market Guide. This solution quickly became the starting point for most zero trust projects in the industry since it helped solve a relatively simple, but critical problem – finding more secure ways of providing remote access to internal applications.
Jun 24, 2022   |  By Jaye Tillson
In this new world of hybrid work where users, data, and applications are everywhere, there has been an increased reliance on web-based applications and for good reason. Web apps allow greater accessibility, flexibility, and scalability of resources for users requiring access from anywhere. While web applications are great, IT teams oftentimes encounter onboarding issues, specifically around discovering unidentified domains, and easily defining new policies for those discovered resources.
Sep 23, 2022   |  By Axis Security
CASB can often just be a 4-letter word. With teams across the board struggling to implement CASB effectively (or get it up and running at all), Axis determined to create our solution in a way that makes controlling SaaS access and protecting data in these apps easy for teams managing them.
Sep 22, 2022   |  By Axis Security
With over 7,000 employees serving +1 million people, the City of San Jose desperately understands the need for driving digital transformation. Supporting a now mobile workforce, the City recognizes that in order to create a secure and resilient city, it requires a shift in how they approach secure access to applications.
Jul 7, 2022   |  By Axis Security
Delivering the best user experience is everything in today’s modern workplace. The less latency the better. SSE vendors should have the ability for its different PoPS to run on multiple cloud providers. This will allow it to resolve user to application connections based on the least amount of latency. Atmos has the ability to support multi-PoPs resolutions. The platform automatically selects the fastest path, and POP (running on AWS, Oracle or Google), that is most high-performant based on the individual user and the specific application’s location. This is a magical capability, and a first in the SSE space.
Jun 16, 2022   |  By Axis Security
The modern workplace of today is an orchestra composed of users, devices, applications, and clouds - each playing their own tune, and constantly syncing, and changing. This orchestra is difficult to secure, challenging to see, complex, and extends far beyond the confines of the corporate network. It requires a solution designed to harmonize workplace connectivity.
May 3, 2022   |  By Axis Security
IT manages access policies across every business apps their users need - whether private, SaaS, or internet-based. To accomplish this simplicity is critical. By simplifying policies, and combining capabilities typically distributed across multiple point products, SSE platforms lead to better efficiency, less security gaps, and more optimization. But, at the end of the day users don’t care whether they are connecting through ZTNA, SWG or CASB, they just want to be able to do their jobs. The right SSE platform should deliver the fast, secure, connectivity that IT needs, with the seamless experience users expect. True harmony.
Apr 18, 2022   |  By Axis Security
Short for “Atmosphere,” Atmos uses 350 edge locations to elegantly connect users, and servers, to the business resources needed for work. The platform artfully integrates Atmos ZTNA, Atmos web Gateway, Atmos CASB, Atmos Experience, and several other innovative Atmos capabilities, into one, cloud-native platform that feels weightless, and is controlled by a single pane of glass.
Apr 18, 2022   |  By Axis Security
Short for “Atmosphere,” Atmos uses 350 edge locations to elegantly connect users, and servers, to the business resources needed for work. The platform artfully integrates Atmos ZTNA, Atmos web Gateway, Atmos CASB, Atmos Experience, and several other innovative Atmos capabilities, into one, cloud-native platform that feels weightless, and is controlled by a single pane of glass.
Apr 18, 2022   |  By Axis Security
Short for “Atmosphere,” Atmos uses 350 edge locations to elegantly connect users, and servers, to the business resources needed for work. The platform artfully integrates Atmos ZTNA, Atmos web Gateway, Atmos CASB, Atmos Experience, and several other innovative Atmos capabilities, into one, cloud-native platform that feels weightless, and is controlled by a single pane of glass.
Apr 12, 2022   |  By Axis Security
The modern workplace of today is an orchestra composed of users, devices, applications, and clouds - each playing their own tune, and constantly syncing, and changing. This orchestra is difficult to secure, challenging to see, complex, and extends far beyond the confines of the corporate network. It requires a solution designed to harmonize workplace connectivity.
Aug 18, 2021   |  By Axis Security
Zero Trust network security framework suggests that administrators trust no one and subject all users to full authentication and authorization prior to any user-to-application request. The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has published recommended best practices organizations can put in place to minimize cyber risk and exposure.
Aug 18, 2021   |  By Axis Security
Business has grown beyond the confines of standard organizations. Now, employees and partners interact with company apps and data from any location (e.g. home offices, customer sites, or partner facilities). But even though many aspects of offsite connectivity have evolved, others desperately need to. While staff and integrated 3rd party remote work models are commonplace, the access models enabling them are outdated and broken.
Jul 1, 2021   |  By Axis Security
Business has grown beyond the confines of standard organizations. Now, employees and partners interact with company apps and data from any location (e.g. home offices, customer sites, or partner facilities). But even though many aspects of offsite connectivity have evolved, others desperately need to. While staff and integrated 3rd party remote work models are commonplace, the access models enabling them are outdated and broken.
Jul 1, 2021   |  By Axis Security
Enterprise private applications vary from big brand accounting applications to industry-specific applications. While many parts of enterprises have undergone digital transformation, the delivery and security of private applications to demanding business users have lagged. Fundamentally, they still rely on legacy security and access methods.
Jun 1, 2021   |  By Axis Security
Before the ink was even dry on the SUNBURST headlines, another threat campaign ("SUPERNOVA"), run by a different threat actor, was discovered. This paper addresses the SolarWinds authentication bypass vulnerability, how SUPERNOVA exploits that vulnerability, and one way organizations can protect themselves against attacks like SUPERNOVA.

Axis delivers the simplest and most powerful Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) service available today, keeping users, resources, and your business productive and safe.

Solve even your most challenging use cases easily with our Application Access Cloud, the industry’s most comprehensive zero trust network access (ZTNA) service.

  • Secure Partner Access for 3rd Parties: Extend application access to partners, contractors, vendors, and more.
  • Accelerate Mergers & Acquisitions: The easy, low-risk way to extend secure application access to users across separate organizations without IT exposure or consolidation.
  • Migrate to Cloud: Migrate and protect critical applications and digital assets from on-prem to the cloud while maintaining business continuity.
  • Enable Remote Work: The fast and simple way to deliver secure application access to employees anywhere they work.

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