Government and Private Sector

HuB Networking Solutions for Government and Public Sector
HuB Networking delivers a comprehensive product suite that includes secure and trusted unified remote access, authentication, and web application proxy/reverse proxy solutions. These solutions enable government agencies and public sector organizations to address their changing IT needs while at the same time simplifying the user experience and reducing costs. With these solutions they can remain in control of their data, provide accurate reporting to regulatory bodies, and improve the mobile working experience for their employees.

Increasing staff productivity with mobility
HuB Networking unified remote access solutions eliminate the barriers to productivity by providing consistent and secure network connectivity for employees anytime and anywhere across a myriad of devices. HuB Networking E Series Appliance delivers Windows Server DirectAccess and IPsec VPN gateway to enable access to mixed environments. HuB Networking offers secure encrypted connectivity and also integrates with authentication through the use of machine based certificates, physical and virtual smart cards and RADIUS OTP. Access to data and resources is provided only from domain joined devices which are maintained in accordance with security policy with PSN guidelines for mobile working

Secure publishing and controlled access to data

HuB Networking reverse proxy solutions deliver the ability to securely publish only the network resources that are required by users in order to meet the demands of their role. Access can be controlled through the enforcement of strong user policies, ensuring that only users with the rights to view certain network resources get to see them.k.

Enabling inter-agency communication without compromising sensitive data

The need for inter-agency communication has never been greater, whether at the central or regional level. Government and public sector data is by its nature highly sensitive and as such is prone to theft, loss, or misuse. Furthermore, the type of data held by these bodies is diverse, from central policy documents to the personal records of members of the community.

This complexity is compounded by the need for these organizations to share data with a broad range of people such as members of the public, employees, contractors and other third party agencies. Handling such diverse data records and managing so many digital identities can be a huge task