Cybersecurity is expected to cost 6 trillion globally in 2021. With more people than ever working from home, this has placed a renewed focus on secure remote access for company networks.
The problem is that many businesses still rely on VPN connections for remote workers. Unfortunately, they’re complex to manage, costly, and needlessly extend company networks to unsecured locations.
As the probability of cyberattacks rises, so too does the risk and potential loss. The answer? Replace your VPN with G/On - a software-defined perimeter that will transform your remote workforce.
Radolfzell is the third-largest German municipality on Lake Constance. Even back in 2012, the forward-looking municipality considered and implemented an access solution for mobile
workers and the home office.
After a brief testing period, the decision was
made to adopt G/On. The concept of a portable,
installation-free client without the typical
complexity of VPN connections was convincing,
and G/On’s ability to combine multi-level security
with low administrative effort was a clear winner.
Today, having the easy scalability of G/On to hand means Radolfzell comfortably adapts to different working requirements, as and when required.
G/On replaces your VPN connections with a software-defined perimeter. Operating on a zero-trust basis, G/On only allows verified users in and completely separates your network from the outside world.
G/On also features:
For many organisations, scaling up remote access, adding more users or updating user access is necessarily complicated. Existing solutions rely on a complex setup, often involves multiple products that are expensive and time-consuming to scale.
When a shared services centre for national government ministries needed to increase remote working capabilities, they turned to Soliton Systems for a solution that meets all their needs.
Working with Soliton, the shared services centre turned to G/On.
It decreases the attack surface, increases visibility into user activity and reduces complexity.
Compared to the total operational costs, combined with investment in point solutions, G/On proved highly cost-effective.