Beyond Simple Passwords,
Project Galileo: Cloudflare Access
Use this tool to secure internal applications by aggregating sources of user identity and trust, and enforcing rules on every request or login.
Project Galileo is a free service from Cloudflare to protect the most vulnerable voices on the Internet from distributed denial of services (DDoS) attacks. The Internet is a powerful tool for spreading and expanding ideas. When journalist, social activists, and minority groups are repeatedly flooded with malicious traffic in an attempt to knock them offline, and keep them offline, the Internet stops fulfilling its promise. Project Galileo was founded in 2014 in response to the growing number of cyber attacks against important speech on the Web.
Cloudflare Access is a zero trust product that secures internal applications by aggregating sources of user identity and trust, and enforcing rules on every request or login. When administrators secure an application behind Access, any request to the hostname of that application stops at Cloudflare’s network first. Once there, Cloudflare Access checks the request against the list of users who have permission to reach the application. Cloudflare Access can then apply additional rules to each login or integrate multiple SSO provider types. Access is a way to employ zero trust and an ideal tool for organizations with many remote workers without a traditional VPN.
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