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Barracuda SecureEdge

SecureEdge Access

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Barracuda SecureEdge Access lets you implement secure remote access to internal and external enterprise resources, whether on-premises or in the cloud, by using a Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) solution. This innovative ZTNA solution is known as the Barracuda SecureEdge Agent, which allows users or groups to connect to custom applications or public endpoints such as SaaS services. Barracuda SecureEdge Access brings Zero Trust/BeyondCorp Security to your endpoint with a quick and easy configuration.

  • If Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) and Point-to-Site are used at the same time, site authentication works only for ZTNA.

  • ACLs are not evaluated on the site or Edge Service the SecureEdge Agent is connected to, but will be evaluated on the SecureEdge next-hop. For example, when the agent can connect to two Edge Services, and a Edge Service ACL is blocking certain traffic, sending such traffic across the gateways will result in a block on the remote gateway, whereas sending such traffic across the gateway the site is connected to will pass. For more information, see Network Policies.

For SecureEdge Access to work, use Barracuda CloudGen Firewall Firmware Version 9.0.0 or higher.

Barracuda SecureEdge Access provides the following:

  • Access on a per-user or multi-device level

  • Multi-Access Point capability (multiple TINA tunnels)

  • TINA tunnels between the SecureEdge Agent and edge services

  • Client-based, DNS-based web filtering

  • Different types of points of entry: firewalls, edge services, and sites

  • Connections to public SaaS services via TINA tunnel

Support for all modern platforms includes the following:

  • Windows 10 or higher (x64, ARM64)

  • macOS 11 (Big Sur) or higher

  • iOS 12 or higher

  • Android 11 or higher

  • Linux

For more information , see How to Configure SecureEdge Access.

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