Leostream Delivers Secure Remote Computing

Leostream, a remote desktop access platform provider, announced federated identity management with zero-trust network access (ZTNA) for secure remote computing.

Built to protect and connect users across virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI), desktops-as-a-service (DaaS), and end-user computing (EUC) applications in Amazon Web Services (AWS) environments, the Leostream ZTNA-enabled remote desktop access platform securely modernizes the workforce.

The Leostream ZTNA-enabled remote desktop access platform enhances the security and management of EUC workloads in AWS. The strict authentication and least-privileged access ensures data remains locked in the corporate network, working across on-premises and cloud environments to provide the same levels of security and command over authorization, control, and access tracking.

Key benefits of Leostream ZTNA for AWS include:

  • Better protection for AWS users and data
  • Simplified IT with automated privileged access management
  • Streamlined user access with SSO solutions
  • Improved performance and productivity
  • Elimination of costly and complicated VPNs
  • Increased visibility into what resources users and devices are accessing on the network

Giving employees access to AWS resources with Leostream means data are never exposed on end-user devices. In addition, Leostream minimizes the risk of cloud instances being breached when not in use: the platform’s cloud orchestration tools launch, terminate and power off instances in the cloud automatically, based on user need, which also helps control AWS compute costs.