With organizations rapidly deploying people and devices at the edge of their networks, and with security threats evolving just as quickly, securing IoT data is a very real challenge for IT and OT teams everywhere. Software-Defined Perimeter (SD-Perimeter) technology and other zero-trust strategies help you easily isolate IoT data on obscured networks atop the public Internet — totally separate from the main corporate network.

Quickly create a zero-trust network for the security that loT requires

SD-Perimeter technology can create private, perimeter-secured overlay networks that obscure and isolate IoT data without the complexities of traditional microsegmentation. Organizations set up these zero-trust, invitation-only networks in just a few minutes, without detailed command lines or complex configurations.


Build a device-to-cloud IoT network in minutes

With software-defined networking technology, bypass the complexity and lengthy processes of traditional VPNs — allowing your company to rapidly scale up IoT.


Invite then authenticate for zero trust security

Don’t grant access to users and devices inside or outside the network until after they’ve been approved.


Easily overlay existing architecture

Overlay networks enable you to roll out data-rich IoT projects across a wide variety of network architectures without laborious reconfigurations.


Microsegment users, applications, and devices

Easily microsegment users, applications and devices to access only the resources they need, with Active Directory integration for additional domain security.,


Isolate data in a private IP space

Private IP address space renders your overlay network invisible to potential hackers and web-borne attacks — without having to buy a new address for each device.


Keep users and devices connected

Even when users and devices are on the move, there is no need to relogin or reauthenticate. They maintain always-on private network access, just like on the office LAN.

Features for Software-Defined IoT Security


  • Private IP address space
  • No data stored in the cloud
  • End-to-end encryption of data in transit (256-bit AES)
  • Microsegmentation with device-level SSL encryption
  • Certificate-based Auto-PKI (X.509 CA)


  • Runs on top-tier cloud providers worldwide
  • Fully redundant architecture
  • Self-healing and self-optimizing
  • Seamless failover

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