Architecture Design & Integration

Control all access to company resources with Zero Trust and Secure Edge Principles for Today’s Hybrid Workforce.

We help organizations build a bulletproof framework that is uniquely positioned to address modern-day threat vectors. The LKMethod, our Secure Access Architecture, is built to provide an exceptional user experience while maintaining high security, complete visibility, and business flexibility.

With Today’s hybrid workforce, you have many groups of users that need to connect to company resources.  That said, your technology must adhere to more stringent security measures while maintaining flexibility, and the LKMethod reference architecture provides this.  Our reference architecture allows organizations to grow and add resources without redesigning.

Other features of the architecture include:

  • One Dashboard with a Single Sign-On Interface
  • Simplified Management and Reporting Tools
  • Full Visibility into all User Sessions
  • Easy User onboarding of M&A

Popular Architecture Features

Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA)

Zero Trust Network Access should be the standard for every organization.  This is the foundation of our already-designed LKMethod reference architecture, which always verifies every device before access to company resources and data.

Business Flexibility

Organizations face rapid change, and with rapid change, your network architecture must be flexible.  Having the ability to change with the times, to add or replace technologies and user groups easily, is critical.  A prevalent trend in M&A is to onboard branches, and users fast and efficiently.

Network Redundancy

Redundancy is another necessity we build because you must keep your network from going down. It always has to have a backup, whether it’s a co-lo or cloud resource location, to prevent catastrophe.  While in design, we recommend building in geo-redundancy for every architecture we build. 

Session Visibility & Reporting

It’s essential to see what your users are doing and what apps, data, and websites they interact with.  You will be able to limit what users have access to, which is critical to the security of your network.  This is another reason why organizations are moving away from VPN.