Our Remote Workforce Webcast Series continues with a look at what to consider if you want to place your KACE Systems Management Appliance (SMA) onto a perimeter network — otherwise known as a “demilitarized zone (DMZ)” server. Watch this on-demand episode to learn tips and tricks for configuring the KACE SMA for network perimeter security.
With increased remote traffic, DMZ network security adds a layer of protection between the local area network inside your firewall and the internet, helping to broaden your endpoint management domain. With a perimeter network security in place, endpoints connecting from unsecured locations via the internet can only access resources on the perimeter network. This setup allows you to put some organizational resources and applications onto the perimeter network, leaving other resources secure behind your firewall.
Watch the webcast to learn:
- The pros and cons of using a DMZ in network security
- How to manage a perimeter network internally or externally
- How to establish communications between appliances and your network
- Best practices for locking down the UI to maintain a secure environment