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Published By: Cisco Umbrella EMEA     Published Date: Dec 03, 2018
Your users, especially when working outside of the office, no longer need to always connect to the corporate network to get work done. They often connect directly to SaaS apps. And, letís face it, employees also donít turn on the VPN if theyíre using their work laptop for personal use ó which means theyíre left with very little security protection. Plus, many organizations are now using direct internet connections at branch offices, which means employees and guest users donít get the protection of your traditional security stack. Not only are more offices connecting directly to the internet ó itís estimated that 70% of branch offices already have some direct internet access ó but attackers recognize these weak points in their targets and have started exploiting them more. To solve these new challenges, security controls must also shift to the cloud. This in-depth white paper describes how security must evolve to protect users anywhere they access the internet.
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Published By: IBM     Published Date: Oct 26, 2017
Web applications are often the most vulnerable part of a companyís infrastructure and yet are typically given direct paths to the internet, thus leaving these vulnerabilities exposed. IBM commissioned Tolly to evaluate IBM Security Access Manager for its Web protection effectiveness and performance as well as its identity federation, risk management and mobile one-time password capabilities. Tolly found that IBM Security Access Manager provided effective, high-performance threat protection while conveniently providing identity federation features and flexible risk-based access options.
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Published By: Cisco     Published Date: Dec 08, 2015
Driven by budget pressures and the growth of cloud-hosted applications, mobility, and bandwidth-hogging applications such as video, many IT organizations are actively considering direct Internet access (DIA) at their branches. DIA offers two compelling benefits: (1) it can substantially reduce operating costs by freeing up costly WAN bandwidth for mission-critical applications, and (2) it offers a better experience for users accessing applications hosted in the public cloud.
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Published By: Cisco Umbrella EMEA     Published Date: Feb 08, 2019
As networks become decentralized and users connect directly to SaaS applications, backhauling traffic to apply security policies just isnít efficient. Plus, backhauling internet bound traffic is expensive, and it adds latency. More and more branch offices are migrating to direct internet access (DIA). Find out how to quickly and easily secure this traffic.
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