Zero Trust Network Access Client
SAIFE Connect employs a Zero Trust approach. Devices running the SAIFE Connect client are authenticated and given access to network assets, services and applications based upon factors including identity, time, and location. After connection, devices are continuously evaluated to ensure compliance with organizational policy and security standards. Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning are used to identify when a connected device deviates from its usual behavior. Devices found to be out of compliance can be flagged or disconnected automatically.
|Platform||Minimum platform version|
|Windows||Windows 7 & 10 (64-bit versions only)|
|OS X (macOS)||10.8|
|Linux||Red Hat Enterprise® Linux/ CentOS 6.6|
Zero Internet Visibility:
SAIFE’s unique authentication framework masks critical information such originating and destination IP addresses, even over public and untrusted networks. Secured endpoints use the Internet without leaving digital footprints, protecting them from vulnerabilities and profiling.
Zero Trust Security:
SAIFE Connect allows access to network assets and services based upon factors such as time, device location, and identity. Connected devices are continuously evaluated using machine learning and artificial intelligence to ensure potentially compromised devices are flagged and quarantined from all network assets immediately.
Two Factor Authentication:
In addition to certificate-based authentication, SAIFE Connect allows enterprise’s to enable two-factor authentication for extra security when devices initiate connections to a SAIFE Connect Server.
SAIFE Connect makes it fast and easy to revoke lost and stolen devices, enabling an organization to quickly respond to insider attacks and other potential risks and protect their data.