IT security infrastructure has traditionally been an in-house solution. The IT security infrastructure for large enterprises typically includes Identity and Access Management. In recent years SIEM and Log Management have also become additional security solutions as part of the in-house IT security infrastructure. However, these in-house solutions are expensive, difficult to deploy, and not a core competency of most organization. Furthermore, hiring and retaining qualified personnel to monitor and manage IT security infrastructure in-house if difficult and expensive.
Most organizations typically do not have the large budgets needed for procurement of security equipment or systems (or security personnel) associated with enterprise-class IT security solutions. CloudAccess mission is to provide comprehensive and affordable security in the cloud base on the following layered security model.
The four key layers of the security model are:
CloudAccess tools perform data collection, analysis, reporting and generation of alarms for network devices, systems and user control and access.
In order for enterprises to have a successful security strategy, security policies, processes and procedures must be defined and products that can deliver on those policies must be deployed. In addition, multiple layers of defense need to be applied to design a fail-safe security system. The idea behind CloudAccess multi-layered defense security is to manage the security risk with multiple defensive strategies, so that if one layer of defense turns out to be inadequate, another layer of defense will, ideally, prevent a full breach.CloudAccess can help managers and security experts apply a range of security perimeter defenses as well as user CloudAccess SingleSource is a comprehensive and affordable enterprise-class cloud-based security platform. SingleSource includes Web SSO SaaS SSO, Identity Management, SIEM and Log Management. CloudAccess solutions address both the network and user access providing a comprehensive security solution for the four layers of security model.