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Secure Remote Access

Secure Remote Access

Secure Remote Access enables organizations to safeguard their networks from the threats introduced by unmanaged and unmonitored remote access.
SRA minimize the risks remote users, including employees and third-party vendors, introduce to OT networks.

It provides a single, manageable and clientless interface that all external users connect through, completely segregated from the internal network, prior to performing software upgrades, periodic maintenance, and other support activities on assets within industrial control system networks. SRA allows organizations to extend access to important assets – all without compromising security.

Privileged Access Control

Secure Remote Access (SRA) minimizes the risks remote users, including employees and third-party vendors, introduce to OT networks. It provides a single, manageable and clientless interface that all external users connect through, completely segregated from the internal network, prior to performing software upgrades, periodic maintenance, and other support activities on assets within industrial control system networks. SRA allows organizations to extend access to important assets – all without compromising security.

Secure and Segregate Remote Access

SRA acts as a security middleman between remote users and industrial devices. It enforces password management, authentication and access control policies for remote connections while monitoring and recording remote sessions.


 

Control Access

Eliminate direct interactions between remote users and network assets and enforce a single access pathway.

Reduce the OT Attack Surface

Consolidated tracking, approval, and auditing of remote access requests from a centralized location.

Streamline Application Usage

Define and enforce remote diagnostics and maintenance operations conducted via locally installed applications.

Proactively Prevent, Monitor, and Audit

SRA provides full visibility and control over 3rd party and employee access before, during and after a remote session takes place. Dedicated workflows enable administrators to capture, manage and authorize user access requests along with purpose, length and frequency data. With “over the shoulder” monitoring, administrators are able to observe user activity in real-time and terminate the session if and as needed.


 

Monitor Sessions

Monitor, review, and validate stated versus actual remote session activity.

Management of Change (MoC)

Ensure system and process integrity by proactively tracking and alerting on changes within the environment.

Meet Compliance Mandates

Validate that remote access control policies are being consistently implemented – leveraging real-time or post-session video recordings.

Enforce Organizational Processes

Passwords, user accounts or credentials, are a common entry point for hackers when attempting to compromise a network. SRA eliminates the direct interaction between remote users and OT via a centralized management for all user credentials, keeping them safe from prying eyes and out of the hands of the wrong people.


 

Eliminate shared passwords

Remove the need to share passwords with multiple individuals or across 3rd party organizations.

Simplify substitutes

Reduce the overhead associated with managing of temporary or permanent user passwords.

Increased Productivity

Implement a unified security governance model leveraging existing security resources across both IT and OT