ZTNA: Securing access to every application, every time
The rapid shift to Internet-based applications has created a wider attack surface for cybercriminals, and vulnerabilities are being actively exploited.
As wide area networks become more flexible, organizations are moving beyond traditional perimeter-based security models to build adaptive zero trust networks.
Tap into this video to learn how zero trust network access (ZTNA) is designed to:
- Prevent fraudulent authentication by assuming that anyone trying to access the network is a bad actor
- Create a secure tunnel from the user’s device to the requested application
- And more