Secure remote access: VPN vs. ZTNA
As remote access needs grow, organizations are increasingly shifting away from traditional VPN implementations and toward more secure and efficient remote access solutions.
Luckily, zero-trust network access (ZTNA) is designed to create secure boundaries around specific applications, private IPs and hostnames, with default-deny policies that grant access based on identity and context.
Dig into this white paper to uncover:
- Why VPNs can leave networks vulnerable to attacks and provide poor user experiences
- Several ways ZTNA can be configured
- How ZTNA addresses 6 key remote access challenges
- And more