Access control, risk analytics and visualisation, security compliance and policy management, performance management and reporting, and others (control automation and orchestration, data loss prevention (DLP), intrusion detection system (IDS), and intrusion prevention system (IDS)) are among the solutions that make up the software defined perimeter market. The SDP market’s fastest-growing segment is security compliance and policy management. SDP solutions provide centralised security compliance and policy management by automating the entire security compliance and policy management process, which is deployed via software, appliances, and hosted Software as a Service (SaaS) or virtual machines. It saves time and money while increasing productivity by allowing businesses to focus on their most important tasks.
Software Defined Perimeter (SDP), also called a “Black Cloud”, is an approach to computer security which evolved from the work done at the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) under the Global Information Grid (GIG) Black Core Network initiative around 2007. Connectivity in a Software Defined Perimeter is based on a need-to-know model, in which device posture and identity are verified before access to application infrastructure is granted. Application infrastructure is effectively “black” (a DoD term meaning the infrastructure cannot be detected), without visible DNS information or IP addresses. The inventors of these systems claim that a Software Defined Perimeter mitigates the most common network-based attacks, including: server scanning, denial of service, SQL injection, operating system and application vulnerability exploits, man-in-the-middle, cross-site scripting (XSS), cross-site request forgery (CSRF), pass-the-hash, pass-the-ticket, and other attacks by unauthorized users.
The SDP market is divided into two segments based on deployment mode: cloud and on-premises. Cloud systems make better use of technology and allow for easy infrastructure sharing among multiple users and offices, providing greater scalability and lowering the ongoing cost of implementation and continuous development. These advantages are expected to drive cloud SDP solution adoption across all user types. As more applications are deployed in the cloud, large enterprises and SMEs are shifting away from traditional on-premises security solutions and toward cloud-based security solutions.
Check Point (US) is a global provider of internet security solutions that was founded in 1993 and is headquartered in Tel Aviv, Israel. With FireWall-1 and its patented inspection technology, the company pioneered the industry and continues to develop innovations based on the software blade architecture, providing customers with flexible and simple solutions that can be fully customised to meet the exact security needs of an organisation. In the SDP market, the company provides software-defined protection that secures organisations through three interconnected layers: management, control, and enforcement. The architecture provides real-time visualisation of security incidents, improves policy enforcement control, and prevents attack proliferation. The software-defined protection solution assists organisations in mitigating cyber threats and maintaining security.
Once the user and device have been authenticated, the SDP establishes a separate network connection between that device and the server it is attempting to access. An authenticated user is not logged in to a larger network, but rather is given their own network connection that no one else can access and that only includes the services to which the user has been granted access.
Imagine a web server that is connected to the Internet but does not open connections with anything. It does not accept requests or send responses; it has no open ports and no network access even though it is plugged into the Internet (somewhat like a toaster or a lamp that is plugged into a wall outlet but turned off so that electricity does not flow through it). This is the default state for servers inside a software-defined perimeter.
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Key players in the Software Defined Perimeter (SDP) Market
Velocloud Networks, Inc.
Cryptzone North America Inc
Palo Alto Networks, Inc.
Certes Networks, Inc.
Catbird Networks, Inc.
Cisco Systems, Inc.
Check Point Software Technologies Ltd.
Juniper Networks, Inc.
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