Privileged users often use their workstations both for day-to-day corporate/personal activities and for privileged access, becoming an attractive target for cyber criminals.
Using a separate workstation for privileged access can provide high-grade security but is counter-productive, expensive and impractical.
Hysolate can seamlessly provide privileged users with a privileged access environment that runs in parallel with their non-privileged environment.
Payment systems like SWIFT are heavily targeted by cyber criminals, including applying sophisticated methods for monitoring and imitating legitimate user activity and hiding their tracks.
In light of such cyber incidents, official SWIFT customer security program guidelines ask SWIFT customers to segregate SWIFT systems from the general IT environment.
Hysolate can provide payment system users with seamless access to payment systems, allowing them to be productive while keeping attackers isolated and complying with regulation.
In most enterprises, end users are restricted from freely browsing the Internet, plugging in external media, installing applications or extensions, etc. On the other hand, today’s users are expecting to be connected to the world and to install applications to their liking. Developers also expect to have full local administrator rights to be able to build software. To be able to innovate and move fast, businesses must be able to free users from strict security restrictions.
With Hysolate, end users can seamlessly have an unlocked environment in parallel to the locked-down corporate environment.