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Two minutes on: Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA)

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October 10, 2021
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Modern work requires users to access data and applications they need to do their job, no matter where they're located. While this was a once manageable task for IT, the department had to scramble to stand up remote access and virtual private network (VPN) environments once the pandemic hit. That presented a problem, given that those networks were designed to support a small percentage of the workforce, not the instantaneous majority.

Simply put, VPN appliances couldn't scale to meet the demands of the anywhere workforce that required everywhere access. To cater to agile organizations and their users, many organizations respond by deploying Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) solutions to replace or augment existing VPN environments.

But how does ZTNA work, and is it the answer you're looking for to ensure that you have reliable access to applications and data wherever business takes them? In less than two minutes, Menlo Security Senior Director of Cybersecurity Strategy, Mark Guntrip, answers that question in this video.


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