IGEL Cloud Gateway Stands Up Well to Penetration Test
IGEL Cloud Gateway (ICG) has withstood the hacking attempts by the IT security specialists from Swiss company Compass Security. “Based on the results of the security review conducted in August 2017, Compass Security considers the security level of the IGEL Cloud Gateway implementation as good. Analysts have not identified vulnerabilities that significantly affect the confidentiality and integrity of the customer product and their information assets,” says the report, which was completed in the end of September.
Exposed to the Internet
That Gateway is used to implement secure connections between the Universal Management Suite (UMS) inside a corporate network and endpoints outside it, e.g. in a home office or road warrior scenario. As ICG is located in the cloud or in the company’s demilitarized zone (DMZ), it could be exposed to attacks and eavesdropping attempts from anywhere on the Internet. The penetration test has proven in practice what ICG promises: Secure connections that guarantee integrity and confidentiality of the data transferred.
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via the fine folks at IGEL Technology.