Byos Integrations & Capabilities

What technologies does BYOS integrate with?


BYOS-leveraged IAM for Conditional Authorization - BYOS integrates with identity solutions like Okta, where the Secure Endpoint Edge acts as an authorization signal, ensuring the user is allowed to access the resource - eg. “Is John Doe using his BYOS Secure Endpoint Edge? If yes, he can access Github; if not - access is denied.”


All threat intelligence and relevant telemetry data can be sent to the SIEM for aggregation. BYOS provides administrators with runtime visibility of active sessions for their entire fleet of devices.

Why do customers choose BYOS?

BYOS is uniquely positioned to be the de facto standard for network security of distributed organizations. Sitting at the “Real Edge”, BYOS provides many security and organizational advantages including:

  • Isolating employee laptops from home and public Wi-Fi networks
  • Protecting and managing 3rd-party OEM and contractor devices that connect from unmanaged networks
  • Ensuring all traffic and data originating from endpoints on unmanaged networks flows through controlled exit nodes

How does BYOS fit into the stack?

Main Capabilities and Key Differentiators:

  • Edge Micro Segmentation has a mix of both network and endpoint security capabilities including:
  • Micro Segmentation including Secure Pier-to-Pier Communication
  • Network Access Control (NAC), DNS + FW Policy Administration
  • UTM & Malware Protection.


Digging deeper, BYOS has three unique differentiators:

1. Inbound protection from malicious networking attacks

  • “First-hop” protection across OSI Layers 1-5 through Hardware-enforced Isolation
  • Obfuscating the protected endpoint to become effectively invisible on the network

2. Outbound traffic protection and control

  • Network Access Control (NAC)
  • Traffic anonymization through layer 4+ data encapsulation and exit node enforcement

3. Centralized Management

  • Policy-driven access control per microsegment
  • BYOS-enforced IAM Conditional Authorization
  • Secure remote access without endpoint exposure

What technologies does BYOS replace?

Enterprise security stacks are evolving because of two main drivers: the ubiquity of remote work and the widespread impacts of ransomware and large security incidents.

In the old world, traditional perimeter security and VPNs were the main technologies used for security of remote workers. These are the two most common technologies that organizations are retiring in favor of more modern, perimeter-less technologies that conform with Zero Trust principles.