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Zero Trust Network Access For Dummies

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The work world has changed forever. Remote hybrid work and cloud computing are now unavoidable requirements to maintain user productivity and connectivity. 

Initial Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) 1.0 solutions may have helped before, but the current threat landscape and network architectures have changed. Now they lack the ability to maintain least-privileged access and operate with the “allow-and-ignore” model.  

ZTNA 2.0 provides secure connections to deliver better security outcomes for businesses with hybrid workforces, overcoming the limitations of ZTNA 1.0 solutions. 

Read the “ZTNA For Dummies” e-book to get valuable insights into:

  • The security implications of the new work landscape and limitations of VPN and ZTNA 1.0 solutions.
  • How ZTNA 2.0 solves these limitations with least-privileged access, continuous trust verification and security inspection, plus protection for all apps and data.
  • How to get started on your ZTNA 2.0 journey. 
  • Questions to ask your ZTNA vendor.

Learn how ZTNA 2.0 can provide superior security while delivering uncompromised performance and exceptional user experience – all from a single, unified approach in the “ZTNA For Dummies” e-book. 

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