“Irrimax is growing rapidly, and we need a modern IT infrastructure that can support our business trajectory. Our employees use both Mac and Windows machines and need secure access to our cloud resources to do their jobs. We chose JumpCloud as it enables us to meet all our IAM and SSO requirements from a single cloud platform.”Irrimax Corporation
Simplify Zero Trust Security with JumpCloud Directory Platform
Implement a Zero Trust security model to secure user access to Mac, Windows, and Linux devices, networks, applications, and other resources from a single cloud directory platform.Sign Up for a Free Trial
Lock down user identities, resource access, and devices from a single, web-based console — no matter where they’re located. You don’t need to implement on-premises infrastructure or additional tooling to scope user access and ensure they work on trusted devices and networks.
Maintain End User Experience
Step up security without compromising the user experience by implementing adaptive controls — like relaxing MFA requirements when users log in from a trusted device and network. Whether they’re in the office or WFH, users have a straightforward workflow to stay productive.
Use the Zero Trust access model to help meet SOC, HIPAA, GDPR, and PCI compliance requirements with fine-grained control over user and administrator access. Directly in the web-based Admin Portal, restrict user and admin access across your environment and deploy device-level Policies, such as full-disk encryption.
What is Zero Trust Security?
Zero Trust security is the modern approach to IT security — and it’s diametrically opposed to the conventional perimeter-based security model that organizations have used over the last few decades. Learn what it is and how to put it in place in your org:
Achieving Zero Trust with Conditional Access
Companies use a suite of applications that contain sensitive or confidential information. With JumpCloud, admins can consolidate and secure SSO application access and present these apps only to allowed User Groups. Users who are bound to these user groups are presented the specified applications in their web-based User Portal.
PayWith Case Study: Compliance, Remote Work, & System Insights
PayWith needed a cloud directory platform to centralize identity and access management for a remote workforce using Mac, Windows, and Linux devices — as well as achieve SOC 2 compliance. Read more about PayWith’s lean but secure IT operation in the cloud.