Fortune 100 Powerhouse Moves to EAP-TLS with SecureW2
The company was looking to move away from Active Directory and wanted a way to implement EAP-TLS in a BYOD environment. After several failed trial runs with a few competitors they eventually used a demo with SecureW2. After using SecureW2 for a week, they decided to go into a long-term contract.
Today they have about 200,000 devices equipped with certificates with SecureW2.
In the past, the company has relied on Active Directory for its network environment. They have been wanting to transition more towards cloud technology and being that AD is on-prem, it doesn’t adapt well to cloud-based software.
After a few failed trial runs with different vendors, the company found that SecureW2 was offering exactly what they were looking for and was willing to help tailor-make their network environment.
One of this organization’s main concerns was certificate expiration, which is why SecureW2’s management portal was ideal as it provides a fully functional GUI so that IT admins have complete visibility on certificate activity and validity.
SecureW2 also utilizes advanced device enrollment tokens that can be used to request a One Time Enrollment Token (OTET) from JoinNow Cloud Connector. A silent Windows client and the OTET silently re-enroll certificates after a certain time to ensure no certificates expire unnoticed, plus newly enrolled certificates are more secure than older ones.
SecureW2’s Cloud RADIUS simplified the companies transition to EAP-TLS with its turnkey solution specifically designed to transition environments from on-prem to the cloud without any forklift upgrades.
Their users with BYOD devices can enroll and renew certificates in just a few minutes and they no longer have to worry about any credential leaks or password-related help desk tickets.
The company works in the tech field and is based in the United States. They are a leading provider of software and enterprise solutions.