Friday, December 3, 2021

BrandPost: The 3 Drivers of Zero Trust Network Access Implementation

It's human nature to put off tasks that aren't urgent. Whether it's planning that never ends or simple procrastination, it's easy to let timelines slip until an external force lights a fire under the project. At many organizations, that's what's happened with Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA).

The zero-trust security model has been around for a long time now and it's well understood that it improves security because it forces ongoing verification of users and devices, the creation of small zones of control, and grants only minimal access to users and devices. Unlike a VPN, devices and users aren't able to access anything until they have proven that they can be trusted, whether they're outside or inside the network perimeter. The ZTNA verification and application access policies are the same, no matter where the user or device may be located.

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Thanks to Brand Post (see source)

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