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On October 15, 2019, Tesla discovered, and responsibly disclosed, a vulnerability within Akamai's Enterprise Application Access (EAA) client that allows privilege escalation and remote code execution (RCE) when an attacker is within privileged locations on a network.
The emergence of the COVID-19 outbreak dramatically changed and disrupted the normal routines of our personal and professional lives. It led us to stay inside and work from home. It altered our browsing habits from our corporate devices, and it led to increased levels of security risk exposure.
Companies all over the world are moving rapidly to enable their entire workforce to work remotely due to the current environment. Akamai's Enterprise Application Access solution is designed to provide fast and secure remote access to enterprise applications and can be deployed and scaled up quickly to meet customer needs (see Enabling Business Continuity in an Uncertain Global Environment). Akamai's Enterprise Threat Protector service contributes an additional layer of cloud-based
Customers are in the process of replacing their legacy proxy/WAM solutions with modern Identity-Aware Proxies to enable Zero Trust access to business applications and services. Akamai's Identity Aware proxy enables secure remote access for end users from anywhere, on any device, to business applications hosted across multiple data centers using modern cloud and Zero Trust principles.
As the world shifts to an increasingly virtual environment, Akamai continues to be at the forefront of helping customers enable workforce productivity with Akamai's Enterprise Application Access and Enterprise Threat Protector. From our detailed offer to our recent Edge Live Virtual Summit, where Akamai executives spoke about enabling a remote workforce on our platform, we have shared programs and processes around ensuring business continuity. This continues to be a concern
The best partnerships evolve over time and are forged with a common goal. Microsoft and Akamai have partnered for years with the common goal of delivering integrated solutions that address real customer problems. A great example is optimizing global end-user performance for cloud workloads with Akamai CDN technology embedded in the Azure platform. This creates a simple solution for a real problem. Now, Microsoft and Akamai are partnering to provide
Digital business transformation has meant a continued shift in the way organizations think about secure access. The focus on security has moved away from data centers and toward users. Workforce productivity, flexibility, and application performance are driving the demand to give users cloud-delivered secure access from the edge.
Akamai recently announced Enterprise Application Access capabilities designed to improve performance and user experience, as well as provide an easy migration away from VPN, reducing complexity and risk. The new capabilities -- IP address-based access, on-premises network detection, and captive portal support -- are architected to accelerate large-scale deployments, enhance performance, and help businesses transition to a Zero Trust security model. This free upgrade for Enterprise Application Access customers is
By now, you have likely heard the term "Zero Trust". From tech seminars and industry events to webinars and whitepapers, it is popping up everywhere. CISOs and CTOs are constantly inundated with calls and messages from different vendors proclaiming different ways their solutions can help them transition to this security model. At this year's RSA Conference, there was a deluge of vendors touting Zero Trust security solutions and I could