Atmos inspects all traffic to provide visibility into user access across both internal and external apps so IT can prevent data leakage.
No app left behind
Atmos is the only service that supports all ports and protocols, even VOIP, ICMP, AS400 apps, and RDP, SSH, Git and DG via agentless web browsing – plus common SaaS apps and Internet protocols.
Integrations with identity and endpoint security solutions enable context sharing across cloud services. If changes in identity or device health are detected, the Atmos access policies automatically adapt.
Innovation for differentiation
With over 350 global points of presence running on the backbone of AWS, GCP and Oracle, the Atmos cloud securely connects any authorized users to any business application, based on simple to create policies.
The end user’s interface which, based on their identity and defined access policy, allows each user to see all their permitted agent or agentless applications – and easily connect to them with a click of a button.
The Atmos logical tagging system helps IT admins define policies in minutes. Policies can reference groups of apps, or individual apps – making policy setting simple.
The Atmos Agent is a lightweight agent that runs on the end-users machine. The Agent performs device posture analysis, encrypts traffic, and then automatically forwards traffic to the Atmos Cloud. Atmos Agent continuously adapts access rights based on changes in context, and supports applications that require thick client access. The Atmos Agent can even support VOIP (peer-to-peer) and server-initiated (icmp) flows. For web-based applications, Atmos Agent is not required.
Often deployed in pairs, the Atmos Connector front-ends the customer’s private application. It provides a secure, outbound-only, and authenticated, connection between a customer’s application and the Atmos Cloud.
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