Privileged user access macOS environments – locally delivered and centrally managed

A large number of organizations every year suffer breach into their internal data or their customer’s data due to employee access. While employee access to sensitive data can’t be entirely blocked out, it’s possible to manage it as privileged access. There are a lot of solutions available to provide employees secondary windows privileged access work environments. However, there are not any solutions for macOS.

Almost all of the existing solution takes the approach of completely locking down users’ primary macOS work environment to the extent that impacts their productivity. As an example, Macbooks of iOS developers in financial enterprises are generally entirely locked down and affects their ability to download any early/beta versions of third party software for R&D purposes. As more and more employees migrate from Windows-based systems to Macs, there exists a gap in delivering secondary privileged access macOS work environments for these users. Anka Secure fills this gap.

Anka Secure is built on top of Anka macOS native virtualization engine and uses it to create and run lightweight macOS VMs on user’s mac workstations. It exposes services to prepare privileged users/groups, manages their access with VM policies, and delivers the privileged access secondary macOS work environment(VMs) on end-users mac workstations. The privileged access macOS VM based work environments run locally on the user’s primary mac workstations. This approach provides a local secure, sandbox, privileged macOS environments with best user experience and performance.

Who can benefit from Anka Secure :

  1. Technical and customer support who have access to privileged data from their mac workstations.
  2. Developers in enterprises with access to corporate developer/application certificates and other privileged data from their MacBooks.
  3. iOS developers working in secure enterprise setup and need isolated secondary mac environments for research purposes on their MacBooks.
  4. Environments for Malware and other sensitive analysis and testing tasks for macOS.

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