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Introducing Zero-Trust Access
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3/31/2020 | 8:28:26 AM
Re: SaaS
We don't have to make or move all SaaS Cloud applications, just the one's that are considered "Cloud-Ready". I think it is essential to create a matrix (planning) to determine which applications are considered to be viable as opposed to just moving them (there is also a cost to doing that). It is essential companies look at the cost as being one part of the decision and not all and to look at the cloud as an arm of the organization and not the saviour.

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AWS is only one CSP vendor but this gives you an idea.

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3/30/2020 | 9:21:56 PM
Re: Sounds good, this is good to hear
That is a good thing, companies can utilize this capability to connect their regional and remote offices using this capability without having to purchase additional hardware This is a good suggestion. Today most likely more like a connecting an employee than an office is more critical.
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3/30/2020 | 9:17:19 PM
SaaS
Now, by contrast, an increasing proportion of the applications are in the cloud, whether in infrastructure-, platform-, or software-as-a-service (IaaS, PaaS, or SaaS) environments. . SaaS would be good option for remote services. If we can make all services as SaaS it would great.
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3/30/2020 | 9:06:28 PM
Re: Sounds good, this is good to hear
now encompassing the cloud environments where an increasing proportion of the application infrastructure resides and with the promise of more stringent control of that access. We call this type of technology Zero-Trust Access (ZTA). Cloud solutions may still need VPN, easier to secure I think.
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3/30/2020 | 8:57:25 PM
Re: Sounds good, this is good to hear
I do see some of the VPN companies using IPv6 as the underlying connection to the internet (IPv6 IPSec AES256 ESP/AH) capabilities which are inherent to IPv6. IPv6 better security, VPN can be secured in IP layer or in application layer.
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3/30/2020 | 8:53:59 PM
Remote work
Working remotely has been a reality for many knowledge workers for many years, enabled by the growth and development of the Internet, Remote work was always an option but it is a requirements today.
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tdsan,
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3/26/2020 | 6:06:58 PM
Sounds good, this is good to hear
I do see some of the VPN companies using IPv6 as the underlying connection to the internet (IPv6 IPSec AES256 ESP/AH) capabilities which are inherent to IPv6. That is a good thing, companies can utilize this capability to connect their regional and remote offices using this capability without having to purchase additional hardware, just enable IPv6 VPN tunnel to the other site and send IPv4 traffic through that tunnel.

Deploying IPv6 in Branch Networks - Cisco

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This sample, if configured, can create an endless number of VPNs to regional offices, major sites, computers configured with IPv6 (VPN connector) where the tunnels are being encrypted. This technology has been out for while but companies have not taken advantage of it. ISPs provide the IPv6 range (even AWS and Azure - has to be configured on the load-balancer).

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