Securing Infrastructure with Banyan

Protect your infrastructure services, including SSH, RDP, Kube, and Generic TCP


Banyan uses Mutually Authenticated TLS (MTLS) flows to provide your end users secure Zero Trust access to TCP services. Banyan’s security mechanism is designed to be completely transparent to both the user and the service it is securing.

The flow diagram below describes how Banyan’s Zero Trust access control security mechanism works for Infrastructure Services. Review the Publish an Internal Database to Users quick start guide to see how to create a Zero Trust policy so a user can conveniently yet securely connect to an internal TCP service using their existing client, without needing to turn on a VPN.

Access to Internal TCP Services


Last modified: Jul 22, 2021