IBM Sterling Secure Proxy helps shield your trusted network by preventing direct connectivity between external partners and internal servers. It can secure your network and data exchanges at the network edge to enable trusted business-to-business transactions and Managed file transfer (MFT) file exchanges. As a demilitarized zone (DMZ)-based proxy, Secure Proxy uses multi-factor authentication, SSL session breaks, the closing of inbound firewall holes, protocol inspection and other controls to ensure the security of your trusted zone.
Secure Proxy secures and shields your trusted network by preventing direct connectivity between external partners and your critical internal servers. Partner connections for B2B transactions and MFT file exchanges are intercepted at the edge and following authorization are transparently redirected to trusted connections within your enterprise.
Secure Proxy offers a bridging capability for a high-speed protocol to the mainframe to support the IBM Connect: Direct High-Speed add-on option (HSAO). HSAO enables speedy and efficient transfers of large files over long distances. This also brings transparency to your migration projects.
A fully IBM Watson Supply Chain Data Sheet integrated interface to external ID stores eliminates the need for duplicate stores and local accounts, providing a single source for user and partner credentials. Interfaces to HSMs support the use of these devices for key storage.
Multiple Secure Proxy engines may be deployed in the DMZ for traffic separation, load balancing, and capacity management. A Configuration Manager console is provided for the creation and management of all proxy configuration objects and for managing the proxy engine(s) in the DMZ. The configuration is always performed inside the trusted zone to ensure the protection of configuration and management activities.
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