How and why Zero Trust Access has moved beyond ZTNA
Security Service Edge (SSE) Institute
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Securing remote access is challenging. With today’s hybrid workforce and extensive use of cloud applications, the traditional perimeter security model is insufficient. Newer methods including zero trust network access (ZTNA) provide some initial improvements but have significant limitations.
Modern Zero Trust Access (ZTA) goes further, providing unparalleled access control to private applications, obscuring resources from public view, and blocking lateral movement of nefarious actors. When done correctly, ZTA can streamline the user experience and simplify IT processes while strengthening your security posture.
View the first session in the Security Service Edge (SSE) Institute on-demand to learn how to:
- Distinguish the remote access approaches and relative benefits
- Enable ultra granular per user, per app access control
- Obfuscate resources to prevent discovery and lateral movement
- Overcome inability to reach all private applications with legacy ZTNA