How to Implement Zero Trust Corporate Access

How to Implement Zero Trust Corporate Access

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



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