Case Study: Carbon
Deliver On Your Security Promise to Customers
Carbon, previously known as OneFi, is a fin-tech company that empowers individuals with access to credit, simple payment solutions, high-yield investment opportunities, and easy-to-use tools for personal financial management. Carbon is headquartered in Lagos, Nigeria and is a global company of over 40 employees with operations in Ghana, South Africa, the United Kingdom, and Portugal.
Carbon was in need of a remote access solution to their corporate network. Because they are in the financial services industry, their remote access solution needed to be extremely secure, and able to meet PCI DSS compliance requirements in terms of detailed logging, auditing, and access controls. Countless people trust Carbon with their most sensitive financial information — and Carbon promises each and every one of them that their data will be kept safe. That’s why Carbon started looking for a VPN service that would allow the company to keep its promise to its clients.
Case Study: CranstonIT
The company previously used VPNs associated with their clients firewalls, but found that those solutions were often difficult to configure, and challenging to integrate with other directory services that they wanted to use with their clients.
Case Study: Geospatial Company
The company needed a new solution for its entire remote workforce, that would allow simplified access control and management.
Case Study: PMG
PMG employees often travel to meet customers. They need a secure solution to quickly access the company’s network remotely.
Case Study: Ubity
Ubity used OpenVPN Access Server to provide the needed secure remote access to their employees. Setup was a breeze with the local database acting as the authentication source.