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What is VDI Security?

Strengthen security without adding user friction.

VDIs pose heightened security risks as one user can accidentally download malware that can infect the entire network. To mitigate such risks, many organizations demand non-persistent VDIs.

To achieve a non-persistent VDI environment, organizations need to routinely wipe all VDIs – meaning VDIs are deleted and re-created based on a golden image. However, all users still retain the ability to frictionless login like any other day.

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As you’ll see in the video, the initial pairing includes the user downloading the SecureAuth Mobile app so every authentication instance is tracked with the appropriate risk score. No MFA prompt is needed if the risk score is within a secure range (as defined by the organization). No mobile devices are needed after the initial pairing.

Benefits of Non-Persistent VDIs

Strengthened security, improved user experience and cost savings 

In addition to easier maintenance, faster deployment, consistent performance, and resource efficiency, non-persistent VDI benefits include:  

Better Security

Strengthened Security

As VDIs are re-set to a clean state after each session, it reduces the risk of malware and ensures that sensitive data is not stored on the virtual desktop.

User Experience

Improved User Experience

Despite the VDIs being wiped on a routine basis, users can still login frictionlessly if the risk score is within a secure range.

Cost Savings

Cost Savings

Non-persistent VDIs require less storage space and lower ongoing operational costs.

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