Monday, October 4, 2021

BrandPost: ZTNA and the Third Generation of SD-WAN

As businesses begin to recover from the global pandemic, very few are returning to the traditional model of having everyone working from the office five days a week. Instead, work-from-home (WFH) employees are transitioning to a hybrid model, known as work-from-anywhere (WFA.) A WFA model allows users to work at home, on campus, at a branch, or anyplace with an internet connection. Most organizations enable employees to work part of the week in a traditional office and part off-campus.

Zero Trust Network Access on its own

Zero-trust network access (ZTNA) is a solution for remote workers that provides secure, per-user and per-session access to specific applications, rather than the general network access provided by traditional VPNs. This functionality allows IT teams to manage access to critical applications and maintain visibility into who has access to which resources. And because ZTNA also provides continuous monitoring of those connections, IT can also quickly determine if connections have been compromised or user behavior becomes suspicious or malicious. It’s a great solution if secure access to specific applications is your only priority.

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