Embedding Zero Trust Simplifies Development and Delivery of Secure Solutions
See the case studies of how SaaS, ISVs and MSPs use the NetFoundry Zero Trust Platform to:
- Securely develop and deliver apps, including agentless zero trust and blocking ransomware.
- Accelerate sales by enabling your customers to deploy and scale without networking or security infrastructure constraints.
- Improve automation and agility for your DevOps and NetOps teams by eliminating infrastructure dependencies.
SaaS provider improves their speed and automation
CERM, a leading solution provider, can now sell and scale without infrastructure roadblocks.Learn More
IoT provider improves security and reliability
See how TOOQ provides IoT SaaS services to retailers without needing extra hardware, VPNs or firewalls.Learn More
Connected supply chain enabled with zero trust and automation
NetFoundry platform supports a groundbreaking blockchain-based system for connected food supply chain security, led by Raynor Foods.Learn More
Digital service provider adds zero trust multi-cloud services
PLDT, a leading service provider, used the NetFoundry platform to provide PLDT customers with zero trust cloud access.Learn More
Leading solution integrator improves cloud and remote access solutions
Fujitsu, a leading global ICT SI, adds high performance, zero trust networking to their hybrid, cloud and remote access solutions.Learn More
How Bad Actors Identify and Research Ransomware Targets
Modern businesses no longer just use software – modern businesses are software. All software depends on data. If ransomware finds and encrypts enough critical data, then a business may not be able to operate until it can decrypt and restore its data. This is why ransomware is more dangerous and costly than ever and explains in part the surge in ransomware attacks we are seeing today. Ransomware is now big business!
How do ransomware actors get started – identify targets and research potential areas to attack? In the three part series of papers below, we explore these topics and outline how implementing a true zero trust architecture can greatly mitigate the expansion and multiplication of ransomware across a network. This is critical because ransomware cannot generally ‘break’ a business unless it has captured enough highly valuable business data so that it is in the business’s best interest to pay a ransom.
Whitepaper: How do Ransomware bad actors find victims?
It is obvious from the news these days that the world is faced with a ransomware epidemic. This is the first of three papers in which we illustrate how ransomware actors seek out potential targets and it is surprisingly simple!Download
Whitepaper: How Ransomware bad actors scope attack vectors
In this paper, part two in our series, we discuss how relatively simple and automated it is for bad actors to source specific details, much of it available from public (free) sources, about your internet facing infrastructure that can potentially be exploited.Download
Whitepaper: How can you thwart and disrupt Ransomware attack patterns
In this paper, part three in our series, we outline how with zero trust architectures, strategies and the NetFoundry Zero Trust Platform, you can thwart and mitigate ransomware attack scenarios, and protect your information and organization from being compromised with minimal friction to your users.Download
“Integrating our IoT Edge solution with NetFoundry SDKs enables customers to meet their goals without deploying VPNs, firewalls, or proprietary hardware. We can jointly be deployed as software on any IoT device to provide our customer a turnkey, zero trust solution.”
Paul EdrichCTO, IMS Evolve
“Our partnership with NetFoundry is accelerating our ability to deliver innovative solutions to our customers. By integrating NetFoundry’s zero trust platform into our IoT and Edge analytics solutions, TOOQ is transforming the retail industry, protecting retailers from threats like ransomware.”
Ronaldo MouraCEO, TOOQ
“NetFoundry's cloud native networking has been the perfect match to aid FWD on our digital transformation and cloud-native application journey. In the current pandemic situation, although our usage has multiplied, NetFoundry easily scaled to cater to our demands to facilitate work from home in a few simple clicks, for both internal users and external parties.”
Shilpa TummaInformation Security Officer, FWD
“The level of efficiency OSM Maritime gains from working with an innovator like NetFoundry can't be overstated. It is critical to give our org the ability to access all apps and to have this access secure is no longer optional but a must. For that reason, we have decided to work with NetFoundry.”
Chakib Abi SaabCTO, OSM Maritime Group
“NetFoundry extends the WAN all the way to the application endpoint without CPE, over the Internet. We integrated NetFoundry’s AppWANs into the networking solutions we sell to financial institutions to enable them to meet their strict regulatory and security requirements.”
Chris WilliamsVP at PliantCloud, Alliance Technology Group
What are the practical projects for implementing zero trust?The reality is zero trust is not something that can be purchased off-the-shelf. Organization will need to architect and engineer zero trust to apply its principles and capabilities into their processes, culture and operations. In short, zero trust is a transformation journey, much like cloud adoption.
NetFoundry is our Digital Backbone!
KEO is an extremely innovative organization that is building the foundation for their next phase of growth with an agile, flexible, zero trust approach to application development and delivery.
“We used NetFoundry to transform the network, from an obstacle into a source of innovation”, said Damir Jaksic, CIO, KEO.
In this video, KEO describes how they get zero trust application connections without relying on networking and security infrastructure.