SentryBay has announced the launch of its Enterprise Secure Access System (SAS).
It claimed that the SAS provides ultra-secure protection against online threats for organisations which depend upon secure remote access to their systems.
It includes a two-way authenticated connection using its own secure browser and works by opening up a new, single-use-only virtual desktop on a remote user's PC. This includes a locked down browser that authenticates the connection, creating a secure channel between the remote PC and a corporate server.
The system can also be configured to only run on the original PC or USB device to prevent copying. It can use information from the hardware itself to create a unique hardware ID to provide the first factor of user authentication.
Dave Waterson, chief executive officer of SentryBay, said: “SAS was designed from the ground up to deliver both security and usability and usability is based on simplicity and ease of operation. From the moment the user clicks on the desktop icon, in three seconds they are connected with the correct server fully authenticated, and an ultra-secure channel established.
“The business also avoids the disruption of moving to a hardware-based platform – saving both time and cost. A software based solution to the issue of fast, secure access is now within the reach of all businesses.”