Results are out: BastionZero is the runner-up for the RSAC Innovation Sandbox!

Remote access to infrastructure, made simple and secure

With current solutions: Infrastructure teams must manage painful VPNs, homegrown bastion hosts, overprivileged certificate authorities, and long-lived credentials that present huge security risks.

With BastionZero: Infrastructure teams can easily configure, manage and secure fine-grained access controls to infrastructure targets in any cloud or on-prem environments.

Remote access to infrastructure, all in one cloud service

All your targets in one place

A single system for access all of your targets (servers, containers, clusters, databases, webservers) so you don’t have to manage an ever-growing set of systems.

SSO + MFA

Provide zero-trust access to your targets by putting them behind your SSO and adding an independent MFA.

Passwordless access

Stop managing passwords. Use policy to control which users can log into which target under which role or user account.

Identity-aware logging

Capture the specific commands that a user ran on a target under a role or account via BastionZero’s access logs, command logs and session recordings.

No open ports or VPNs

Targets use TLS to phone home to BastionZero, so that BastionZero can autodiscover them, even if they are invisible to the internet.

A secure cloud service

Our unique multi-root security model means that you can safely move your infrastructure access function to a cloud service. No more proxies, bastions or CAs.

Trusted by growing engineering teams who care about security

"All these things that our biggest customers really want to hear that we get asked all the time, BastionZero plays a big part in that, in terms of showing evidence that the right people have access."

Sean
Head of Information Security, Appcues

"When we grew, we could no longer manage access to infrastructure ad hoc. We ended up in positions where people didn't have access and we didn't want to give them access. Everything around BastionZero is just better than a homegrown solution, like managing access when someone leaves the company.”

Darren
Principal Engineer, Blue J Legal

"BastionZero is a lot easier than what we are doing now, so this is the best step forward for us."

Jeremy
Senior Cloud Security Engineer, Paidy

"All these things that our biggest customers really want to hear that we get asked all the time, BastionZero plays a big part in that, in terms of showing evidence that the right people have access."

Head of Information Security, Appcues

How we're different

More than a VPN

Log into targets, not networks

Using a perimeter VPN to protect your assets is like distributing keys to office buildings but not to the individual targets in those buildings. With BastionZero, your engineers authenticate directly to each target. You can restrict lateral movement, while getting fine-grained control of exactly which role each engineer can access on each target.

Limit operational overhead

Rely on our always-on cloud service

BastionZero is a cloud service, so you don’t need to operate and maintain self-hosted bastion hosts, SSH certificate authorities, VPNs, password managers or jumphosts.

Want proof? Check our status page.

Reduce your attack surface

Remove single points of compromise

Unlike other solutions in the market, you don’t need to trust our service with privileged access to your targets. Our unique multi-root zero-trust security model that enables you to safely move your infrastructure access function to a cloud service, without worrying that a compromise of our cloud service would lead to a compromise of your infrastructure.

A delightful experience

Preserve your engineering workflows

With our CLI or webapp, you can access all your infrastructure, across any cloud, with a single click. We also support all of your legacy workflows—access your Kubernetes cluster natively via kubectl, Lens and k9s, or use your old SSH workflows or database clients.

See it for yourself.

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