BastionZero is the most secure way to lock down remote access to servers, containers and clusters in any datacenter or public cloud.
Bastions are gate keepers to your cloud infrastructure, allowing you to:
Traditional bastions are a single point of compromise in your cloud.
Attackers love to target single point of compromise. Do you really want to put all the keys to your kingdom in a single place? No, you don't.
BastionZero uses unique key-splitting technology to provide all the benefits of zero-trust, without needing to store all of your credentials in an all-powerful centralized authority. Instead, credentials are split between a user and BastionZero. This means that BastionZero cannot access your servers without the consent of a valid user in your organization. You can rest easy because a compromise of BastionZero does not lead to a compromise of your servers.
BastionZero deploys in minutes, autodiscovers your targets and automatically integrates with your IdP.
There is no need to build or maintain a custom server or open-source software.
Configuring long-lived SSH keys for short-lived targets or infrastructure as code can be tricky to manage and secure. But with BastionZero, no SSH keys are required. Instead, your targets are autodiscovered by BastionZero as they spin up and down.
Each user SSOs into BastionZero via your existing Identity Provider (IdP), and requests access to a target. BastionZero applies a policy check. If access is granted, the user is connected to the target and her access and commands are immutably logged.
BastionZero uses a single policy-based access control engine to manage targets in all of your clouds and environments. And BastionZero is a SaaS, which means that you never have to provision, maintain, upgrade or patch it.
If an adversary compromises your servers, they can cover their tracks by deleting any logs stored at the server. BastionZero eliminates this attack by intercepting and logging all commands before they reach the server. That way, an adversary can’t hide their actions by deleting server logs. And you you can satisfy your compliance and forensics requirements with high-quality immutable logs.
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