Browser-based applications make unrestricted local access to sensitive company data too risky. It’s simply too easy for users to accidentally or maliciously exfiltrate data.
BYOD, work-from-anywhere and the rise of SaaS tools and video conferencing apps mean legacy VDI solutions do not provide the security or user experience today’s regulated firms need.
Venn combines a Zero Trust security architecture with breakthrough LocalZone™ technology, creating a smart, secure enclave to protect a user’s work applications and data – no matter the device.
Separate work and personal applications, files, and data on BYO devices
Use policies to prevent intentional or unintentional work data exfiltration or loss
Maximize employee productivity without compromising work data security or compliance
Protect work-related network traffic without impacting personal connectivity
Protect privacy of personal applications, files, and data
Shield work apps, files and data from ransomware and zero-day vulnerabilities
As Venn's core technology, LocalZone™ puts all work applications and sensitive data in a smart, secure enclave that enables users to work in the local environment with zero lag performance. It isolates work apps, files and data from personal computing resources on the same device.
The Venn Access Client is a desktop and mobile app that validates device compliance and controls user access to work apps and files running in the LocalZone™. It provides a single point of access for all work apps, websites and files and helps identify and separate work resources from personal ones.
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