Remote work has become the new normal. Enterprises
need a remote access platform based on Zero Trust Access principles. Access rights to any enterprise website, application, database or other corporate resource needs to be confirmed.
Harmony Connect Remote Access platform helps prevent data breaches by eliminating implicit trust from your network perimeter, and instead builds explicit trust in people, devices, assets, and data wherever they are located.
Rooted in the principle of “never trust, always verify,” Harmony Connect Remote Access platform helps prevent data breaches by eliminating implicit trust from your network perimeter, and instead builds explicit trust in people, devices, assets, and data wherever they are located.
Whether it’s employees working from home, contractors working on a limited project, or engineers accessing production environments, your users just want to work. Harmony Connect’s agentless architecture gives users frictionless access to authorized assets, without the need for VPNs.
Unlike traditional perimeter-based access solutions, the Harmony Connect controller authenticates a user’s identity and authorizes access using defined permissions and contextual data such as device, location and MFA, prior to granting user access to any asset.
As a point of presence, the Harmony Connect gateway handles all communication within the platform. Gateways serve as identity-aware proxies – enforcing real-time decisions about who can connect to which asset, for how long and with which permissions.
As the only network interface in your data center, Check Point’s cloud-agnostic connector is lightweight software that creates a single, resilient, reverse-tunnel connection to the nearest gateway. The connector also ensures that users are only given application-level access to resources that they have been pre-authorized to see.
Gateways also serve as a unified monitoring and logging point for all traffic – auditing every action performed. System administrators receive a full audit trail of user activity, including executed SSH commands and fully recorded sessions.