SAN FRANCISCO - Cloud security services provider IronKey launched a new Trusted Access service, which is a combination...
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of cloud service and virtual desktop applications.
The service lets employees securely access their own mobile devices and Software as a Service (SaaS)/cloud applications. Sunnyvale, Calif.-based IronKey will demonstrate the Trusted Access Enterprise Service at the 2012 RSA Conference. The company said the service aims to reduce or eliminate enterprise-issued endpoints and supporting infrastructure, operations and maintenance.
Key components of IronKey Trusted Access are a secure virtualized workspace, a trusted network, cloud management and analytics, and public and private cloud applications.
The workspace isolates Web access in a virtualized downloadable application with policy enforced data protection, access controls and automatic updates. The network secures connection to the public and private cloud and behind-the-firewall to Cisco VPNs with out-of-band authentication, content controls and integrated network security.
The Trusted Access service is designed to work with small, medium and large enterprises that have contractors, remote workers and remote offices, or large cloud applications users. According to IronKey, it can be used from any computer on any network. Apple iOS and Android OS support is planned for later this year.
IronKey’s cloud-based services also power Imation storage devices.
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