Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA)


Universal Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) enables organizations to establish a unified access policy for enterprise resources based on risk and the principle of least privilege, and apply it consistently to all users, whether they are in the office, at home, or working remotely.


Risk-Based ZTNA Policy

Continuous Posture Evaluation

Optimization of Applications

Complete Visibility and Control

ZTNA client supports Windows, MacOS, iOS, Android, and Linux

Ongoing Threat Mitigation

Unified, Risk-Based ZTNA Policy Across All Locations

Helios assesses the posture of connected devices, including the operating system and patches, anti-virus, disk encryption, device firewall, geographic location, and device certificate at connection and throughout the session. If a posture check fails, Helios can either terminate the user’s connection entirely or restrict access to specific resources until the device becomes compliant. Continuous device posture evaluation enhances the security posture of organizations by ensuring devices meet a minimum set of requirements, thereby reducing the risk of data breaches from compromised endpoints.


Continuous Device Posture Evaluation

Stay ahead of attackers by detecting, prioritizing, and mitigating vulnerabilities. Helios performs vulnerability assessment of monitored endpoints to detect vulnerable OS components and applications. Helios uses data from feeds from Canonical, Microsoft, the National Vulnerability Database (NVD), and more to provide real-time information about vulnerabilities.


Optimization of Applications for Uniform User Experience

The Helios SASE Cloud Platform includes a global private backbone with strong optimization and QoS capabilities, designed to provide optimized access to cloud and on-premises resources from anywhere. With Helios, remote users connected to The Helios SASE Cloud Platform have the same optimized application access as users in office locations, ensuring an optimal user experience and maximum productivity without compromising security.


Complete Visibility and Control Over Remote Access

Helios offers administrators and auditors a specialized dashboard for tracking remote user connectivity and activity. This dashboard displays currently connected users, their locations, their source devices and postures, and analytics on their application usage. One-click filtering enables detailed per-user analysis, including related networking, access, and security events, which can aid in the development of new access policies.


Support for Corporate, BYOD, and a Wide Range of Operating Systems for All Use Cases

Helios Universal ZTNA client supports Windows, MacOS, iOS, Android, and Linux for maximum coverage, regardless of whether the device is corporate-owned or BYOD. To assist administrators in seamlessly transitioning from their legacy VPN to Helios Universal ZTNA, central deployment via common Mobile Device Management (MDM) is supported. A self-service portal for user provisioning is available for external contractors and enterprises that do not use MDMs.


Ongoing Threat Mitigation and Data Security

Helios consistently monitors all user traffic for threat detection and data security. Helios’s Single Pass Cloud Engine (SPACE) analyzes the user’s session traffic with a variety of security engines, such as FWaaS, SWG, IPS, NGAM, CASB, DLP, RBI, and others. It identifies, audits, and blocks malicious traffic and unauthorized attempts to access sensitive data. Helios assists enterprises in managing remote access, threat prevention, and data protection needs through a single platform, eliminating the need for complex routing and integration projects that are often required for supporting remote access scenarios.

Vulnerability Detection

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