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This startup wants to destroy your VPN by taking over the SDP

Although organizations around the world have relied on it VPN services to enable its employees work from home during the pandemic a new startup called BlastWave believes that the software-defined perimeter (SDP) solutions provide much less risk to the business.

As part of its efforts to dethrone VPN, the company has partnered with Knight Ink, a full-service digital brand, content agency and expertise for cybersecurity brand contenders. Together, they released a new paper that introduces a new approach to secure remote access that abolishes VPNs in favor of SDP to prevent account hijacking (ATO).

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This startup wants to destroy your VPN by taking over the SDP

Although organizations around the world have relied on it VPN services to enable its employees work from home during the pandemic a new startup called BlastWave believes that the software-defined perimeter (SDP) solutions provide much less risk to the business.

As part of its efforts to dethrone VPN, the company has partnered with Knight Ink, a full-service digital brand, content agency and expertise for cybersecurity brand contenders. Together, they released a new paper that introduces a new approach to secure remote access that abolishes VPNs in favor of SDP to prevent account hijacking (ATO).

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