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Secure Connection as a Service (SCaaS)

Device Administration & Security     Simple, Secure & Scalable Connectivity

Reduce cost

Reduce risk

Increase productivity

The explosion of connecting devices and people has become a global security threat. IoT, Industry 4.0, remote employees, vendors, and mobile applications are driving an exponential increase in the number of connected devices. Businesses across every industry vertical are struggling to manage the challenge of increased security risks and the associated costs. Every day a new high profile security breach undermines confidence that businesses can secure confidential information.

Blacksands Secure Connection as a Service (SCaaS) solution provides dynamically encrypted point-topoint connections using a patented "Separation of Powers" architecture to enable zero-trust environments.

SCaaS is designed to be simple, secure, scalable and affordable. We focus on making our solution quick to deploy, easy to manage, and highly secure, while providing near real-time auditability so you know the who, what, when and where of every connection.

Proprietary & Patented Separation of Powers Architecture

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Critical Infrastructure: 

Energy & Utilities, Smart City, Federal & Public Services

Energy & Utilities

Energy & Utilities is seeing a dramatic growth in digital connections. Much of this is being driven by Industrial IoT; Predictive Maintenance; Asset Monitoring, Data Access, Sharing & Analytics; and the move to Cloud services.

Smart City

As cities begin the move toward “smart cities” they are seeing a dramatic growth in digital connections. Much of this is being driven by Data Access & Sharing; Building Automation; Connected Infrastructure; Smart City Applications; and Mobile Workforce.

Federal & Public Services

Government agencies at all levels are under siege from cyber security threats. As the number of digital connections grow, so too does the risk of a data breach. Over 70% of Federal agencies have now been breached. Much of what is driving more digital connections is the movement to IoT, automation, digital government platforms, smart cities, security & protection and a mobile workforce.