Why Zero Trust Network Access is Replacing Legacy VPN

Discover a new way to secure Remote Access

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Seth Adler
09/28/2020

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Discover a new way to secure Remote Access

Applications are now running in cloud and users are accessing them from everywhere. This means that organizations no longer control the network, making it impossible to do network security, and disrupting 25 years of remote access technology.

Transformation has created a need for a better approach to remote access. VPNs backhaul traffic through a datacenter just to access apps running in cloud. This means a poor user experience and an increase in MPLS costs. This is why Gartner recommends that enterprises adopt a zero trust network access (ZTNA) service instead.

Download this whitepaper to take a deep-dive into a modern security model, Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA), providing a solution for common issues with a network-based model and VPN. 

In the whitepaper, access:

  • 4 Tenets of ZTNA
  • Why ZTNA is a strong VPN Alternative
  • Top Use Cases for ZTNA

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