The basic idea behind zero trust is the assumption that all devices and users are untrustworthy until proven otherwise.
Often associated with an identity-centric perimeter, zero trust network access (ZTNA) architecture helps organizations reduce their attack surface by eliminating network-layer risks, but is not without its complexity and implementation challenges.
Download the security guide to learn how to:
- Evaluate potential zero trust solutions for key capabilities
- Easily deploy zero trust from the cloud with identity-based policies, leveraging current user stores such as Azure AD
- Ensure zero trust to any private resource in the datacenter, Azure or multi-cloud environments
- Reduce overheads for managing access to enterprise networks and multi-cloud environments