The convergence of operational and information technologies can expose major security gaps. Cyberattacks have increased by 2000% as of 2019, yet only 23% of manufacturers are compliant with minimum-level ICS security guidelines.
BeyondTrust Privileged Remote Access enables organizations to secure industrial networks without disrupting operations, compromising safety or risking non-compliance. Our solution provides secure remote access in a single, flexible solution that simplifies deployments and ensures maximum scalability—while empowering remote operators and vendors to be productive.
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Provide secure and scalable remote access for operators, suppliers, and third-party vendors ... without using VPNs or other legacy access tools. Using BeyondTrust Privileged Remote Access as a replacement to your corporate VPN enables operators, suppliers or third-party vendors to access OT environments, eliminates remote access blind spots, reduces the attack surface, and drives productivity. Protect your processes and profits while significantly reducing security vulnerabilities and incidents.
|VPN||Privileged Remote Access|
|Network Layer Access (Protocol Tunneling)||✓||✓|
|Application Layer Virtualization||✓|
|Proxied RDP Access||✓|
|Proxied VNC Access||✓|
|Proxied SSH Access||✓|
|Application Session Monitoring||✓|
|Application Session Recording||✓|
|Just in Time Access||✓|
|Zero Trust Architecture||✓|
|Privileged Access Management Integration||✓|
|ITSM Integration for Access||✓|
|Password Management / Credential Storage||✓|
|Cloud or On-Premise Deployments using Physical or Virtual Appliance||✓|
|Extensive Operating System and Platform Support||✓|
|Prevention of Lateral Movement||✓|
|Audit and Session Reporting||✓|
BeyondTrust Privileged Remote Access allow you to maintain logical and physical network separation for remote access to operational technologies, in compliance with the Purdue model.
Zero Trust is increasingly relevant for industrial control systems, as technologies and have blurred or dissolved the idea of a traditional firewall and network-zoned perimeter. The seismic shift to remote working has also accelerated the demise of the traditional perimeter and is driving an increased focus on Zero Trust.
NIST's guidelines provide a clear playbook for organizations seeking guidance on how to adopt zero trust principles. Many organizations have begun to embrace zero trust frameworks and are building these into their security strategies.
BeyondTrust Privileged Remote Access helps organizations adopt a Zero Trust approach by:
Applying the granularity of Privileged Remote Access to achieve Zero Trust objectives ensures all access is appropriate, managed, and documented, regardless of how the perimeter has been redefined.