Device Trust

Know your endpoints are compliant

Protect your sensitive company data with combining validation of user identity with real-time device security posture.

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Compromised devices are one of the greatest threats to security

Your CEO’s phone hasn’t had the latest security updates, and John keeps turning off his antivirus. Yet, cloud apps can be accessed from these devices?

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Security threats are on the rise
Employees routinely log in to resources with malware-infected devices. Since the shift to remote work, ransomware attacks have increased by 20%.
Increased complexity with more devices
Both unmanaged and managed devices now need access from any location, across multiple browsers, device types, operating systems, and platforms.
A new approach is needed

Traditional device security measures leave critical blindspots

While essential, MDM/UEM solutions and EDRs leave critical gaps, leading to vulnerabilities in the organizational security fabric.

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BYOD and unmanaged devices

Devices that are not covered by organizational security policies still can have access to corporate resources. MDMs spark privacy concerns when applied to personal devices.

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No real-time visibility

You can’t rely on a static evaluation of a device's security posture, which can change over time. Over time, devices may drift from their original secure state due to updates or changes, unintentionally introducing risks.

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Ineffective access controls

There's no ability to control access based on real-time user and device risk, leaving an open attack vector to company resources.

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Misconfigurations & Anomalies

Human error, specific device configurations or user behaviors introduces unique vulnerabilities.

The solution

Control access with real-time device security

Device trust enables security teams to prove that ALL devices (managed and unmanaged) meet security requirements before authenticating.

Enforce device checks on both managed and BYOD devices

Gain visibility into and determine access based on real-time device security posture checks:

  • Firewall status
  • Antivirus status
  • Biometric enablement status
  • And 200+ more risk signals
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Get granular with your access policies

Partition employee devices based on the levels of risk accepted by the different businesses of the organization.

Continuously validate device security settings

Continuously authenticate every 10 minutes and quarantine any device that no longer meets policy requirements to ensure that all endpoints are secure prior to granting access to company resources.

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Only allow validated users and properly configured devices

Users can't clone, move, or modify the device-bound private key created and stored in the secure enclave of their devices. Beyond Identity gives you the peace of mind that only authorized users are able to access company resources.

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“Beyond Identity helps us guarantee that our US employees are accessing our data through company-issued devices and contractors are accessing our system through devices that are fully compliant with our requirements.”

Miguel Espinosa
Director of Information Security

It wasn’t necessarily a ‘passwordless’ thing - it was more of a security thing for us - but people really dig it. Because they don’t have to worry about passwords anymore!

Mario Duarte
VP of Security, Snowflake

“We used to get a lot of support calls, sometimes once a week, from drivers who couldn’t remember their passwords. But we’ve virtually eliminated those kinds of calls, which has reduced the burden a lot on our customer support.”

Sasha Jovicic

“I can see how many devices get blocked by certain policies… being able to see it in action has been valuable for us.”

Ylan Muller
IT Manager

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What are privacy concerns with MDMs as BYOD security solutions?

MDMs, which are often used BYOD security solutions, can often infringe on privacy of employees. Contractors and extended workforce often refuse to install MDMs because of these privacy concerns.

With MDMs, organizations have control of the device with and can entirely wipe the device remotely. While companies are supposed to only wipe the business portion of these devices, it hasn’t always worked that way. Beyond Identity doesn't infringe on user privacy while providing organizations with strong security.

Learn more about employee privacy with BYOD.

What are some BYOD security risks?

Controlling internal machines is hard enough for administrators, but securing personal devices is a different and more difficult challenge. Not only must administrators ensure that devices are secure, but they must also differentiate between devices that should be legitimately authorized on the network versus personal devices that could contain rootkits, ransomware, keyloggers, and any other malicious applications.

It's a balancing act for organizations wanting to allow for maximum productivity with flexibility to work on different devices, but also making sure their networks remain secure and free of bad actors.

Learn more about BYOD security risks.

What are BYOD best practices?

  • Implementing phishing-resistant MFA
  • Continuously verify the user's identity and their authorization to access sensitive resources
  • Verify the identity and device attempting to authenticate by cryptographically binding the identity to a device
  • Use a robust policy engine to ensure that everyone accessing resources meets the security requirements set by the organization

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