Strengthen Cyber Defenses and Reduce Total Threat Attack Surface
Federal cybersecurity efforts must extend beyond core infrastructure to include visibility and governance across clouds, users and devices. Stay ahead of changing security needs with a multilayered, software-defined approach to government cybersecurity that maximizes visibility, context, and control of interactions between users, apps and data.
Reduce Total Threat Attack Surface with a Comprehensive and Modern Security Platform
Apply a ubiquitous software layer across application infrastructure and endpoints.
Decouple security functions from underlying physical infrastructure.
Place protections closer to data and workloads across the entire IT environment.
Reduce operational complexity, and improve the management and authentication of identities, privileges, access, and trust across data center and cloud infrastructure.
Adopt a Zero Trust Security Model
Exercise capabilities of least privilege and unit level trust across the network.
Attach security services to policy-driven workflows that move with the workload or application.
Expand network security to include application and data-level protections.
Eliminate server-to-server threats and control lateral movement inside the data center.
Reduce scope of compliance by isolating the systems that store, process, or transmit sensitive data.
Polaris Alpha Protects Sensitive Data with VMware NSX
Polaris Alpha develops specialized applications for the Intelligence and Defense communities, and leverages VMware NSX for micro-segmentation and policy-driven automation to protect sensitive data, and streamline network management and governance as part of its overall data center modernization initiative.